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The Little Tailor

Launch of My French Film Festival attended by Louis Garrel, Rebecca Zlotowski & Lea Seydoux

From 10/11/2012 at 19:45 to 01/02/2012 at 23:00

UK Premieres of The Little Tailor & Dear Prudence attended by Louis Garrel, Rebecca Zlotowski & Léa Seydoux Tuesday 10 January at Ciné Lumière announcing the launch of the 2nd edition of Unifrance's world online festival (12 January – 1 February)

7.45pm: The Little Tailor + Q&A with Louis Garrel and Léa Seydoux

(France, 2010, 44 mins, dir. Louis Garrel, with Arthur Igual, Léa Seydoux, Albert Grand)

Arthur is twenty five years old, he is an apprentice tailor in Albert's workshop, Albert is eighty. Albert loves Arthur as his son, who returns these feelings, he will soon retire. He chose Arthur as his successor. But one evening, Arthur is taken to the theatre by his friend Sylvain. He falls deeply in love with Marie-Julie, the main actress of the play. To seduce her, Arthur makes her a small dress. Both lovers decide to never leave one another and challenge each other to give up everything to live their love. But can Arthur let Albert down?

9.00pm: Dear Prudence + Q&A with Rebecca Zlotowski and Léa Seydoux

(France, 2010, 80 mins, dir. Rebecca Zlotowski, with Léa Seydoux, Anaïs Demoustier, Agathe Schlencker)

Prudence Friedman is 17 years old. Her mother died a few days ago. Left alone in the family appartment and to her own devices, she encounters Maryline, a rebellious teenager who takes her to an illegal racetrack in Rungis, on the outskirts of Paris, where customized cars and bikes dangerously spin. Fascinated by the circuit gang, Reynald, Franck and the others, Prudence attempts to establish her place among them by trying to pass her loneliness off for freedom.


More information: My French Film (12 January – 1 February)

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11/01/2012 - michaeltheobald said :

I much enjoyed meeting Rebecca, Louis and Lea last night. I was impressed with Lea's versatility as a young actress in two very different and interesting films. Personally, as I am deaf and wear hearing aids (and read subtitles), I told Rebecca how her film etched on my memory with such a 'big' reference to a hearing at the end of 'Dear Prudence'. I recommend both films when they return.
Mike Theobald


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