One Fine Morning

Starlight Room
One Fine Morning


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Tue, 3/21 7:00
Wed, 3/22 **Vaccination Required** 7:00
Thu, 3/23 7:00
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Few filmmakers are as adept at exploring the contours of modern love and grief as Mia Hansen-Løve, whose intensely poignant and deeply personal ONE FINE MORNING stars Léa Seydoux as Sandra, a professional translator and single mother at a crossroads. Her father, rapidly deteriorating from a neurological illness, will soon require facility care, and her new lover is a married dad whose unavailability only seems to draw her nearer to him, despite – or because of – the fact that she’s going through an overwhelming time in her life. Hansen-Løve, so finely observant of the small nuances of human interaction, creates, in harmonious concert with a magnificent Seydoux, a complicated portrait of a woman torn between romantic desire and familial tragedy that is a marvel of emotional and formal economy. 

(Excerpted from Film at Lincoln Center)

French with subtitles. R, 1h 52m.

"It's about romantic heartbreak and the fading of a well-loved parent, but it also has these winsome moments of humor." – FilmWeek (NPR Los Angeles)

"Hansen-Løve finds moments of truth in the melange, and Seydoux is transcendent, carrying a sadness inside which proves incredibly moving when the opportunity for love presents itself and she melts into it." – Screen International

"A profound and captivating portrait of love, lost, found, and ever-remaining." – TheWrap