Back from a holiday in Spain, Lili, 19, finds that Loïc, her twin brother, has left the house following a row with their father. She disapproves of her parents' apparently light attitude ... See full summary »
A teacher lives a lonely life, all the while struggling over his son's custody. His life slowly gets better as he finds love and receives good news from his son, but his new luck is about to be brutally shattered by an innocent little lie.
Thomas Bo Larsen,
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Back from a holiday in Spain, Lili, 19, finds that Loïc, her twin brother, has left the house following a row with their father. She disapproves of her parents' apparently light attitude and is particularly shocked by her father's reluctance to even talk about the event. Lili desperately waits for a phone call from Loïc but her brother shows no sign of life. It is not long before Lili falls into depression and her condition quickly deteriorates. She won't eat anymore and is about to die when, at long last, a postcard written and sent by Loïc brings her back to life... Written by
this film is basically one of the best movies i've ever seen (and i've seen a lot).
it is very rare for me to get so exited about a film. it means a lot that i had thought about it all week and couldn't get it out of my mind...
the story is hard to tell without revealing anything, but it all begins with Lili coming back home from vacation, and her parents telling her that her twin brother has run away... thats when it all begins. the main theme song is amazing, and the actress which later appeared on INGLORIOUS BASTARDS is rare... a must see movie.
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