The Story of my Wife

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The Story of my Wife

A Film by Ildiko Enyedi

2021 - Hungary/France/Germany/Italy - Drama - 2.39 - 169 min.

with Léa Seydoux , Louis Garrel, & Gijs Naber

Language: English
Produced by Monika Mécs & Ernö Mesterházy

Jakob Störr, a Dutch seasoned sea captain, makes a bet in a café to marry the first woman who enters the place. And then in walks Lizzy…

Cannes 2021
Official Competition
TIFF 2021
Special Presentations
Sydney IFF
Official Competition
European Film Awards
2021 Longlist
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