Sun, 28 May|
The One Summer (Cet ete-la)
The charming and incisive comedy-drama is a film, like To Kill A Mockingbird, where we see children trying to make sense of the Adult world. On their annual summer camp, Dune and Mathilde go on their adventures, but this year is different; the adult world is encroaching like never before.
Time & Location
28 May, 2:30 pm – 3:50 pm
Caloundra, 11 Bulcock St, Caloundra QLD 4551, Australia
About the Event
This One Summer film trailer click HERE
An excellent comedy-drama from Director Writer Eric Lartigau who directed The Belier Family and the Academy Award winning CODA comes This One Summer (Cet-Ete-La) which is part coming of age and an insight into how children intrepret the world of adults; especially those like Dune's parents who are struggling in their relationship but trying to make the most of it.
Every summer, 10-year-old Dune goes with her parents to the south-west coast of France, where she meets her best friend Mathilde. Together, they explore pine forests, contemplate the shape of clouds, follow teenagers and crash their parties, and secretly watch horror films.
But this one summer is special for Dune - last year, the family skipped their usual holiday without her knowing why. She feels that something has changed. As childhood becomes a little more distant, she begins to see adults and teenagers differently and understand their secrets.
Featuring the always excellent Gael Garcia Bernal, Marina Fois, Chiara Mastroianni and a star turn from Angela Molina.
This One Summer