Rosalie Blum

SUMMARY:

FILM: ‘Rosalie Blum’ from Julien Rappeneau (96 mins, Sarlat Film Festival 2015 – Winner of Audience & Best Actress Award, Noémie Lvovsky)
☞DATE & TIME: Friday 15th April – film-themed cocktail available from 8pm (€5); screening starts at 9:15pm
☞CINEMA: Studio 28, 10 rue Tholozé, Montmartre 75018 Paris
☞TICKETS: Concession price of €7.50 applies to all! Only available at the door (please arrive early to avoid disappointment and bring cash as Studio 28 does not accept cards)

DETAILS:

If the title ‘Rosalie Blum’ sounds familiar to you, it’s probably because you’ve seen posters advertising Julien Rappeneau’s new feel-good film all over Paris, or you’ve read one of the many articles comparing the movie to the infamous ‘Amélie’. France and the rest of the world are loving ‘Rosalie Blum’, and Lost in Frenchlation is giving you the opportunity to see what all of the hype is about!

The screening will be on Friday 15th April at one of Paris’s most iconic cinemas, Studio 28, ideally located within the heart of Montmartre and boasting the city’s oldest cinema room. We’ll be serving a delicious film-themed cocktail at the bar from 8:00pm (€5) with the film starting at 9:15pm, which gives you ample time to enjoy the company of your friends and the rest of Paris’s vibrant international community before the film commences.

“Julien Rappeneau’s enchanting directorial debut Rosalie Blum is a warm, witty and impeccably performed drama-comedy about a random encounter that has unexpected and far-reaching consequences.

Thirty-something Vincent Machot (indelibly played by Kyan Khojandi) is a hairdresser, like his father before him. Life rotates around work, his overbearing mother who lives in the apartment upstairs, and a womanising cousin constantly trying to set him up. But one morning Vincent experiences a powerful déjà-vu when he meets the gaze of a grocery store clerk, Rosalie Blum (the fabulous Noémie Lvovsky). Intrigued by this mysterious woman, he begins following her…

To reveal more would only spoil the surprises of Rappeneau’s ingeniously structured tale, other than to say that a series of coincidences – both hilarious and dramatic – memorably brings together a group of lost souls in a manner reminiscent of Claude Berri’s wonderful ‘Hunting and Gathering’.

Indeed with its themes of fraternity, love and the need for human connection, Rosalie Blum delivers a timely reminder of the best that French culture has to offer. It’s a joy to watch.”
– Alliance Française French Film Festival 2016 review

Don’t be one of the last in Paris to experience the buzz of ‘Rosalie Blum’… join us on Friday 15th April to enjoy the film like the rest of Paris – at the cinema!