Young and pretty Mary believes she's responsible for the death of her little daughter and became a self pleasure addict to keep her mind from reliving the terrible event. Her aloof husband - an unemployed trader - suggests using her addiction to become a money earning cam-girl. At first horrified by what she considers prostitution, Mary soon accepts and confronts people who contribute to destroy her and others who help rebuilding herself.
Before being convinced by 15 min. of dailies and by the script, Julien Rey (the editor of all the last Luc Besson's films) was first interested in The Infinite Moment because of it's ridiculous budget. Julien thought he would have time to edit the film between two periods of work on "Valerian" (the next Luc Besson) which budget is the most expensive in the history of Europen cinema. But time was too short and interruption on the editing lasted 8 months. See more »