"Thereâ€TMs a balance in the world. Itâ€TMs like a boomerang! If I do good around me, nothing bad will ever happen to me. When I do good around me, it always comes back to meâ€¦" Norah Abandoned in the early months of her life by her mother, Norah, aged 17, lives alone with her father. Norah blames herself for all the worldâ€TMs misfortunes and, particularly, about the death of a rallye pilot, Nico Marcuse, whom she saw the accident on TV. Animated by a deep feeling of guilt, Norah nourishes, since then, a priviliged relationship with Nico Marcuse and implies herself in humanitarian aid. Norahâ€TMs perfectly organized life is turned upside-down the day she meets her maternal grand-mother of whom she ignored the existence. Straight arrived from Portugal, she gives her granddaughter a little inheritance andâ€¦ her motherâ€TMs address in Switzerland! From mistakes to clumsiness, from confrontations to disappointments, Norahâ€TMs ...
OK, it's the only one I've seen. But it was a touching coming-of-ageish type story. Guess I was in a sentimental mood when I saw it at the European Union Film Festival at the Kennedy Center. Go see it if you can find it!
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