Forty something Camille is in trouble. Her husband is leaving her, her acting career is going nowhere, her spirits are shaky and she drinks a lot… She wakes up one day from an alcohol-induced coma in 1985 at the age of 16 in front of her baffled parents. Is she going to be able to change her past to improve her future ?
“Playing Camille at both 40 and 16, Lvovsky finds some inspired humour in the gap between what the audience and the characters can see“(Hollywood Reporter). The acting is stellar especially with Yolande Moreau.
Lvovsky successfully mingles laughter with emotions. Some scenes are so skilfully depicted that they will go down in the history of film as classics.
Her genius is in her ability to capture the past, the present and the future in one single breath. A Peggy Sue Got Married with a French flavour and lots of fun!
Get your tickets :
Every day from April 5-14, starting 1h prior to the screening: The Royal, 608 College Street
For advanced sales: T.O.TIX, 1 Dundas Street East, Yonge-Dundas Square