Fabianne, a French movie star, reigns like a queen among the men who love and admire her, her new lover and ex-husband, and her manager. One day before Fabianne′s autobiography was published, her daughter Lumièr, who had left for the United States to escape from her overbearing mother, returns to France with her husband and her kid. Mother and daughter′s reunion soon leads to a violent confrontation. Fabianne′s men, who heard the shocking truth from her daughter Lumièr, are consumed with love and hatred. Meanwhile, in an SF film, Fabianne plays a daughter’s role whose mother never gets old.
Director KORE-EDA Hirokazu′s first family movie outside of Japan was named the opening film of the Venice Film Festival. 2019 Two living legends of French cinema, Catherine DENEUVE and Juliet BINOCHE, meet as the mother and the daughter. The Opening Film of Venice International Fils Festival 2019. (Jay JEON)
Tokyo native KORE-EDA Hirokazu is a graduate of Waseda University. He was an aspiring author before going into documentary TV, and later filmmaking. His filmography includes Distance (2001), Nobody Knows (2004), Hana (2006), Still Walking (2008), Like Father Like Son (2013), and Our Little Sister (2015), The Third Murder (2017).