<em>One Fine Morning</em>

One Fine Morning

One Fine Morning | Un beau matin

Whānau Mārama: New Zealand International Film Festival 2022
  • Sun 28 Aug 2022
  • 4—5:55PM
  • Len Lye Cinema
  • Rating: M
  • In line with current New Zealand restrictions for cinemas, conditions of entry to all Cinema screenings under the Covid-19 Protection Framework are:
  • o Face coverings to be worn
  • Booking recommended
  • As there is no allocated seating doors open 15 minutes before screenings, please come early to avoid disappointment
  • To minimise disruption no admittance to cinema 10 minutes after session starts
  • Hearing loop provided for the hearing impaired
  • Wheelchair spaces available. Free entry for a companion to assist an audience member who has a disability. Companion seat is automatically allocated when a wheelchair space is booked
  • A Coded Sessions
  • Sessions starting after 5.00 pm weekdays, all weekend sessions
  • (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Full Price: $17.50
  • Film Society/Film Industry Guilds/Community Services Card/Students: $15.00
  • Senior (65+)/Child (15 and under) $13.00
  • B Coded Sessions
  • Sessions starting before 5.00 pm weekdays or of a shorter duration and others as indicated.
  • Full Price: $14.50
  • Film Society/Film Industry Guilds/Community Services Card/Students: $13.00
  • Senior (65+)/Child (15 and under) $13.00

Léa Seydoux stars as a busy single mom, juggling caring for her daughter and her ailing father, who finds love in unexpected circumstances in Mia Hansen-Løve’s nimble romantic drama.
“A profound and captivating portrait of love, lost, found, and ever-remaining.” — Katie Walsh, The Wrap

After Bergman Island (NZIFF 2021), French auteur Mia Hansen-Løve returns to Parisian home-turf and semi-autobiographical mode in this nuanced, bittersweet tale of Sandra (a luminous Léa Seydoux), a widowed single mother and translator, whose life revolves around nurturing her young daughter and caring for her ailing father – until a chance encounter with an old friend reintroduces love, albeit under complicated circumstances, into her existence. – Sandra Reid

“Throughout her career, Mia Hansen-Løve has returned to a familiar milieu – the daily lives of women, drawing out a poignant beauty and humanist sense of drama in the quotidian rhythms of mothers as they go about their work, as well as their caretaking of children, parents and their own inner worlds. There’s something fascinating, and indeed feminist, about simply watching these women, played by some of Europe’s most talented actresses (Isabelle Huppert in Things to Come NZIFF 2016, Vicky Krieps in Bergman Island), simply exist in the world, maintaining the delicate balance of day-to-day harmony despite the larger ups and downs that threaten to upend everything.” — Katie Walsh, The Wrap

“Shot in gorgeous natural light… and backed by a soundtrack of typically esoteric needle drops, [Hansen-Løve] delivers her finest in years by doing what she’s always done best: a humanistic story of when to love and when to let go.” — Rory O’Connor, The Film Stage

2022 | Drama | 112 min | Dir. Mia Hansen-Løve | In French with English subtitles

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