Andrea Pallaoro

France, Italy 95 min Spanish premiere Fiction


Hannah (Charlotte Rampling) has carefully designed a routine that allows her to hide from herself. With anticipation, she waits for the arrival of her grandson’s birthday, while attending amateur theater classes, working as a cleaner and going to the pool. One morning, Hannah accompanies her husband to prision to serve his sentence. Her life begins then, little by little, to disintegrate.

Presented by the director


Andrea Pallaoro

(Italy, 1982) He’s an award-winning film and theatre director whose recent work investigates the human perception of alienation and its relationship to intimacy. Andrea holds an MFA in Film Directing from the California Institute of the Arts. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

Filmography: Hannah (2017), Medeas (2013)

Andrea Pallaoro

Film information

Director: Andrea Pallaoro
Script: Andrea Pallaoro, Orlando Tirado
Contact: Surtsey Films
With: Charlotte Rampling, André Wilms, Stéphanie Van Vive, Simon Bisschop, Jean-Michelle Baltazar
Country: France, Italy
Year: 2017
Format: DCP
Length: 95 min
Language: French
Subtitles: Spanish
Edition: 2018


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