UN AMOUR DE JEUNESSE

Mia Hansen-Løve

France 110 min Fiction

Synopsis

Camille is 15, Sullivan 19 and together they discover the emotions, pleasures and splendors of first love. A passionate and intense season that ends bitterly for Camille when Sullivan decides to travel to South America and, without much explanation, abruptly halts all communication with her. An abandonment that plunges her into a state of devastating sadness, with consequences that are not easy to escape from. Four years later we find Camille recovered and flourishing: fascinated by architecture, living an independent life and a new and comforting love. One day she runs into Sullivan by chance. The suffering he caused is lost in history, in time, and the new Camille is composed at this meeting. But a love during youth, a first love, is not easily forgotten, and something happens inside Camille that gets completely out of her control.

Director

Mia Hansen-Løve

Her career has been a dazzling rise that, with seven feature films, has raised her to the highest point on the current film scene. Her relationship with the cinema begins as an actress in Late August, Early September by Olivier Assayas. Some time later, she made her directorial debut with Tout est pardoné, a film that stands out for its formal precision and narrative sensitivity that can also be seen in her subsequent works, which have ben awarded at the main international festivals.

Filmography: La isla de Bergman (2021, D'A 2022), Maya (2018), El porvenir (2016), Eden: Lost in Music (2014, D'A 2015), Un amour de jeunesse (2011, D'A 2013), El pare dels meus fills (2009, D'A 2011), Todo está perdonado (2007), Un pur esprit (short, 2004), Après mûre réflexion (short, 2004)

Mia Hansen-Løve

Film information

Int. title: Goodbye First Love
Director: Mia Hansen-Løve
Script: Mia Hansen-Løve
Contact: Paco Poch
With: Lola Créton, Sebastian Urzendowsky, Magne-Håvard Brekke
Country: France
Year: 2011
Format: 35 mm
Length: 110 min
Language: French
Subtitles: Catalan
Edition: 2012