At the age of 33, Arman decides it’s time to change his life. To begin, one Saturday he goes jogging in a park.
As he turns a corner, he bumps into Amélie. The first meeting is a shock; the second will be like a stab in the heart.
Benjamin is Arman’s best friend. One evening he collapses and falls over into a hedgegrow. Doctors diagnose a stroke.
Between two autumns and three winters, the lives of Amélie, Arman and Benjamin intermingle and are filled with meetings, accidents, love stories and memories.
- Special Jury Award - Torino IFF
- Special Jury Prize - RiverRun IFF
- Vincent Macaigne
- Maud Wyler
- Bastien Bouillon
- Audrey Bastien
- Thomas Blanchard
- Jean Quentin Chatelain
- Philippe Crespeau
- Marie-Claude Roulin
- Sébastien Betbeder
- Sylvain Verdet
- Julie Dupré
- Bertrand Betsch
- ALPHA VIOLET
- ENVIE DE TEMPETE PRODUCTIONS
Something original, magic and indestructible like a pact happens when one of the protagonists faces the screen and addresses the audience.
Sébastien Betbeder was born in 1975 in Pau, in the west south of France. After passing his degree in the Ecole des Beaux Arts de Bordeaux, he joined Le Fresnoy, The National Studio of Contemporary Arts. He has directed films since 1999, writes features for the radio channel France Culture and taught in the Art and Design School of Geneva from 2008 to 2011. His films LA VIE LOINTAINE (2008), YOSHIDO (LES AUTRES VIES) (2010), LES MAINS D'ANDREA (2011) and 2 AUTUMNS, 3 WINTERS (2013) have screened at the Festival Paris Cinema. His film NIGHTS WITH THEODORE (2012) won the FIPRESCI Prize at San Francisco IFF and 2 AUTUMNS, 3 WINTERS won the Special Jury Award at Torino IFF. His short film INUPILUK won 3 awards at the Clermont-Ferrand ISFF in 2014. In 2016, his film JOURNEY TO GREENLAND was part of the ACID selection at Cannes IFF.