The great names in cinema
| 90 minutes | 2016
Cheeky tragicomedy where a daydreaming musician sows confusion in a blind woman. An unlikely yet delightful pairing. Gifted with an undeniable knack for writing sparkling dialogue, Axelle Ropert (La famille Wolberg) injects just the right dose of humour into her examination of blindness. Her third feature is a matter-of-fact look at the issue of diversity through an array of beautifully drawn characters. To the strains of rebetiko (traditional Greek melodies), this pitch-perfect, irresistibly elegant modern romance is a fitting reminder that love is blind and can often rely on trickery.
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