Aurore (I Got Life!)
Director Blandine Lenoir
Starring Agnès Jaoui, Thibault de Montalembert, Pascale Arbillot
Separated from her husband, Aurore also loses her job and if that isn’t
enough she learns that she will soon be a grandmother. She suddenly
realizes that society is pushing her gently onto a sideline, and Aurore is
cast adrift on a mini-odyssey, reassessing age, race, social status and the
importance of sex.
“Blandine Lenoir’s lovely, intricate film tackles a subject that rarely
gets addressed in art” – Donald Clarke, Irish Times
Were you born a rebel? If so, you’re in good company.
The film will be preceded by a newly-commissioned short film, Vote 100: Born a Rebel – made up of wonderful footage from the Yorkshire, North East and North West Film Archives – we were inspired by the words of Mrs Elizabeth Dean who, still a proud suffragette at 100 years old, told the camera:
“Between you and I, I think I must have been born a rebel!”
Average = 8.02
And the point was?
Tellement charmant et amusement.
50 is not the end then?! Yay!
I reckon Aurore set fire to his house, flaming French passion!
Difficult to see subtitles in non tiered seats.