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Wednesday, 24. 04. 2019 / 21:00 / Main Hall
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From 23 April 2019

Non-Fiction Doubles vies

Olivier Assayas / France / 2018 / 108 min / French

Screenings

Wednesday, 24. 04. 2019 / 21:00 / Main Hall
Friday, 26. 04. 2019 / 21:15 / Main Hall
Saturday, 27. 04. 2019 / 21:45 / Main Hall
From French auteur Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria) comes this funny, insightful and literary tale of sex, lies and literature in the ever shifting digital world.

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Alain is an editor at a successful publishing company through which his bohemian friend and writer Léonard publishes his novels. Alain's wife Séléna is the star of a beloved television series while Léonard's wife Valérie is the driven politician's assistant. But when Alain rejects Léonard's new work despite their years-long friendship, the already complex relationship between the couples begins to unravel.

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