A girl with few real prospects joins a gang, reinventing herself and gaining a sense of self confidence in the process. However, she soon finds that this new life does not necessarily make her any happier.
Daniel experiences a spiritual transformation in a detention center. Although his criminal record prevents him from applying to the seminary, he has no intention of giving up his dream and decides to minister a small-town parish.
In 18th century France a young painter, Marianne, is commissioned to do the wedding portrait of Héloïse without her knowing. Therefore, Marianne must observe her model by day to paint her portrait at night. Day by day, the two women become closer as they share Héloïse's last moments of freedom before the impending wedding.
The paintings by Marianne were all created by painter Hélène Delmaire, whom Noémie Merlant worked closely with to inform her character's perspectives and sight lines when painting. See more »
In the initial scene, Marianne jumps into the water when a wooden crate goes overboard. Later on, once on land, she is shown to be soaking wet and the contents of the crate are wet as well. However, the crate itself is dry. See more »
I feel something new.
Don't regret. Remember. I'll remember when you fell asleep in the kitchen.
I'll remember your dark look when I beat you at cards.
I'll remember the first time you laughed.
You took your time being funny.
That's true. I wasted time.
I wasted time too. I'll remember the first time I wanted to kiss you.
When was that?
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