FOCUS ON CANNES 2019: CHAMBRE 212 —CHRISTOPHE HONORÉ
"Richard and Catherine were in love and got married when they were 20 years old. Years later, Catherine finds herself a lover. Richard discovers the affair and is driven to despair. Catherine takes off, but she doesn’t go far. She simply crosses the street and holes up in a bedroom in a hotel."
French New Wave heir apparent Christophe Honoré was nominated for Cannes’s Prix Un Certain Regard for his feature film debut “Seventeen Times Cecile Cassard” in 2002. His 2007 film “Love Songs” was nominated for the Palme d’Or, as was his last film “Sorry Angel” (in 2018). “Chambre 212” will screen in the festival’s Un Certain Regard section.
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