WHO’S IN IT?
Michelle Williams (My Week With Marilyn), Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient), Matthias Schoenaerts (Rust and Bone), Sam Riley (Brighton Rock), Ruth Wilson (Saving Mr. Banks), Lambert Wilson (The Matrix Reloaded), Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street), Alexandra Lara (Rush), Harriet Walter (The Young Victoria), Eileen Atkins (Gosford Park), Tom Schilling (The Baader Meinhof Complex), Deborah Findlay (Vanity Fair)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Saul Dibb (The Duchess), director, writer; Matt Charman (Our Zoo), writer; Romain Bremond (film debut), Andrea Cornwell (The Last Days on Mars), Michael Kuhn (Fear, Anxiety and Depression) and Xavier Marchand (Clean), producers; Rael Jones (White Lie), composer; Eduard Grau (A Single Man), cinematographer; Chris Dickens (Slumdog Millionaire), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In the first days of Nazi-occupied France, the beautiful Lucile (Williams) awaits news of her POW husband while living under the strict shadow of her controlling mother-in-law Madame Angellier(Scott Thomas). As German soldiers soon flood into their village, the women are forced to shelter the handsome and refined German officer Bruno von Falk (Schoenaerts) – but after initially ignoring him, Lucile finds herself drawn more towards him as he is to her…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Suite Française is more than just a pretty war-time romance – it is adapted from an incomplete series of stories by Irène Némirovsky, a Jewish writer who was arrested and placed in Auschwitz where she sadly died, which makes her stories even more significant when presented on the big screen.