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Director Sébastien Betbeder follows his acclaimed feature debut, Nights with Theodore, with an endearing, inventive romantic comedy, steeped in offbeat charm and an offhand cinephilia. Sad-sack Arman (Vincent Macaigne) first meets Amélie (Maud Wyler) when he bumps into her while jogging; his attempts at connecting with her fail one after the other, until circumstances grant him the opportunity to rescue her from would-be muggers. Thus begins the story of a relationship by turns breezy and momentous. Alongside his longtime friend from art school, Benjamin (Bastien Bouillon), Arman navigates life with his newfound love. Directly addressing the camera in monologues that comment on their respective situations, these winning characters describe the trajectory of old-fashioned relationships in this millennial age.

Rendez-vous with French Cinema, 2014
Cannes Film Festival, 2013 (ACID)
Torino International Film Festival 2013

“Artistically inventive” —Jonathan Romney, Film Comment

“Strongly evokes the spirit and playfulness of the Nouvelle Vague” —Melissa Anderson, The Village Voice

“This is a film with wit, style and even a coule of moments of real emotional power that deserves to be seen.” —Peter Sobczynski, RogerEbert.com