Louise Wimmer

  • November 7, 2013 / 19:00
  • November 17, 2013 / 14:00

Director: Romain Goupil
Cast: Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Linda Doudaeva, Jules Ritmanic
France, 90’, 2010, color
French with Turkish subtitles


50-year-old Louise Wimmer is adrift. Her comfortable life is turned upside down when a painful separation and an unexpected crisis leave her immersed in debt and homeless, forcing her to sleep in her car. Her job as a hotel maid is not enough for rent or for paying off her debts. However, Louise keeps fighting for a better future. Refusing even the help of friends and a man who truly loves her, she will nevertheless find the strength to build a new life for herself.

A Separation

A Separation

The Reader

The Reader

Poulet Aux Prunes

Poulet Aux Prunes

Beyond the Hills

Beyond the Hills

Where Do We Go Now?

Where Do We Go Now?

I Loved You So

I Loved You So

Hands Up

Hands Up

Louise Wimmer

Louise Wimmer

Trailer

Louise Wimmer

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