CAST: VINCENT MACAIGNE, MAUD WYLER, BASTIEN BOUILLON, THOMAS BLANCHARD, JEAN-QUENTIN CHÂTELAIN
Thirty-three year old Aman (Vincent Macaigne) decides to start his new life with an evening jog - and literally runs into the love of his life, Amélie (Maud Wyler). Aman’s best friend Benjamin (Bastien Bouillon) suffers from a mild stroke - which leads him to physical therapist Katia (Audrey Bastien). So begins this fresh and surprising comedy about love, accidents and memories by exciting young director Sébastien Betbeder.
2 Autumns, 3 Winters combines cool performances from its good-looking, hipster cast with an unpredictable freewheeling style that is utterly charming.
Vincent Macaigne is fast becoming one of the most recognisable and sought-after actors in French cinema. A Gondry-esque talent to watch, director Sébastien Betbeder loves to make sly and hilarious references to anything from Robert Bresson to Judd Apatow, but still gives his story a genuinely romantic heart.
Snappy, poignant and above all entertaining, 2 Autumns, 3 Winters is a feel-good blast.