Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

L’Âge des possibles

Tailor-made for the actors of the Théâtre National de Strasbourg, and featuring a memorable mix of French and English pop music, the film centres around ten young people whose first names begin with letters of the alphabet, from A to J. They live in Strasbourg in the Nineties and are at an age when “anything is possible.” They are friends, acquaintances and lovers. Some of them are students, some work, others would like to but can’t find a job. All of them are at the crossroad of life, struggling to decide what they want their lives to be. This struggle forms the very heart of their present-day lives. This captivating ensemble of underemployed singles falls in and out of love with breathtaking style and speed, in a rondelay that would thrill Renoir. Indeed, the film begins with a Renoiresque tone of light flirtation, gradually growing more serious as the flurry of emotionally dangerous liaisons accelerates. With rare compassion and insight, Ferran reveals the fragile self-confidence that lies behind the smiling face. MF


Spanish title: La edad de los posibles
English title: The Age of Possibilities
Year: 1995
Format: 35mm
Color: Color
Minutes: 100
Seconds: 0
Country:
Team:

D: Pascale Ferran

G: Anne-Louise Trividic

F: Jean-Marc Fabre

E: Guy Lecorne

DA: Virginie Duployez, Annette Kurz, Giulio Lichtner

S: Jean-Jacques Ferran

M: Béatrice Thiriet

P: Gilles Sandoz

CP: Agat Films & Cie, La Sept/Arte, Théâtre National de Strasbourg


Cast:

Ariane Ascaride, Anne Cantinea


Contact:

Films Distribution. Sanam Madjedi T +33 1 5310 3399
E sanam@filmsdistribution.com - clemence@filmsdistribution.com
W filmsdistribution.com TW @FilmsDistrib


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