WHO’S IN IT?
Charlotte Rampling (45 Years), André Wilms (La Vie de Bohème), Luca Avallone (All the Money in the World), Jean-Michel Balthazar (The Kid with a Bike), Stéphanie Van Vyve (Être), Simon Bisschop (film debut), Gaspard Savini (film debut), Julien Vargas (Fanny’s Journey), Miriam Fauci (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Andrea Pallaoro (Medeas), director, writer; Orlando Tirado (Medeas), writer; Clément Duboin (Mobile Home), John Engel (A Son at Sea) and Andrea Stucovitz (Bota), producers; Michelino Bisceglia (Marina), composer; Chayse Irvin (BlacKkKlansman), cinematographer; Paola Freddi (Pretty Butterflies), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
When her husband (Wilms) is imprisoned, Hannah (Rampling) is left to grapple with the consequences, and is soon caught between supporting her incarcerated husband and denying his crimes…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Charlotte Rampling is utterly gripping in this intense drama that puts the actress to effective use in a role that is more layered than it seems.