Patchwork Family

Karlovy Vary 2014
Official Selection
Molodist International
Film Festival 2014

Patchwork Family

A Film by Pascal Rabaté

2014 - France - Comedy/Drama - 2.35 DCP - 92 min.

with Sami Bouajila , Isabelle Carré & Talina Boyaci and Gustave Kervern

Language: French
Produced by Xavier Delmas

Christian is a divorced father who can only see his young daughter Vanessa every other weekend. When he meets the single mother Christine and decides to participate in a summer TV show, his whole life is turned upside down.

Karlovy Vary 2014
Official Selection
Molodist International
Film Festival 2014

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