Summary: Hard-up New Yorker Mathias (Kline) travels to Paris to sell a grand old apartment he has inherited from his estranged father. But he is stunned to find a refined and spirited old lady, Mathilde (Smith), still living there with her very protective daughter Chloé (Scott Thomas). He soon learns that under ancient French law, he will not gain possession of the property until Mathilde dies.
Australian Cinema Release Date: 13th November, 2014
Australian DVD Release Date: TBA
Country: UK, France, USA
Director: Israel Horovitz
Screenwriter: Israel Horovitz
Cast: Jean-Christophe Allais (Jean-Christophe), Stephane De Groot (Philippe), Stephane Freiss (Francois Roy), Kevin Kline (Mathias Gold), Noemie Lvovsky (Dr. Florence Horowitz), Dominique Pinon (Monsieur Lefebvre), Maggie Smith (Mathilde Girard), Kristen Scott Thomas (Chloe Girard)
Summary: Underemployed actress Camille (Lvovsky) is in the throes of divorcing her husband of 25 years, who she married as a teenager following an unplanned pregnancy. Catching up with old high school friends at a New Years Eve party, Camille passes out drunk before waking to find herself back in in the 1980s (complete with leg warmers, “Walking on Sunshine” on the Walkman, no cell phones in sight) and living at home with her parents. Able to remember everything that the future holds, she sets about trying to remake her past before it has even happened.