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Director  Sebastien Betbeder
Music director  Bertrand Betsch
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Country  France
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Screenplay  Sebastien Betbeder
Writer  Sebastien Betbeder
Language  French
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Release date  18 May 2013 (2013-05-18) (Cannes Film Festival) 10 October 2013 (2013-10-10) (HIFF) 25 December 2013 (2013-12-25) (France)
Initial release  December 25, 2013 (France)
Cast  Vincent Macaigne (Arman), Maud Wyler (Amélie), Bastien Bouillon (Benjamin), Audrey Bastien (Katia), Thomas Blanchard (Jan), Pauline Étienne (Lucie)
Similar movies  Vincent Macaigne movies, Set in Paris, Romantic comedies

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2 Autumns, 3 Winters (French: 2 automnes 3 hivers) is a 2013 French film written and directed by Sébastien Betbeder.

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Plot

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The story is narrated by each of the major characters. At the beginning, 33-year-old Arman (Macaigne) decides to change his life. For starters, he takes up jogging, which is how he has his first meeting with Amélie (Wyler).

Cast

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  • Vincent Macaigne as Arman
  • Maud Wyler as Amélie
  • Bastien Bouillon as Benjamin
  • Audrey Bastien as Katia
  • Thomas Blanchard as Jan
  • Pauline Etienne as Lucie
  • Jean-Quentin Châtelain as Arman's father
  • Olivier Chantreau as Guillaume
  • Eriko Takeda as Hazuki
  • Loïc Hourcastagnon as the small ninja
  • Emmanuel Demonsant as the big ninja
  • Philippe Crespeau as Benjamin's father
  • Marie-Claude Roulin as Benjamin's mother
  • Zacharie Chasseriaud as the skater
  • Jérôme Thibault as the doctor
  • Release

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    The Marchers had theatrical showings in North America as part of the Rendez-vous with French Cinema series 2014 program.

    Critical response

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    Jordan Mintzer of The Hollywood Reporter called it a "low-key kind of dramedy" and a "quirky French indie that gets by more on style and sass than on its storytelling skills, [...] With endearing performances and crafty 16mm imagery, but also a tad too many winks to the camera, this Cannes ACID sidebar selection should see additional fest and niche art-house play".

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    Ronnie Scheib of Variety commented that "[i]n Sebastien Betbeder's playfully arty 2 Autumns, 3 Winters, three protagonists offer self-conscious riffs on their every thought and action, directly addressing the camera to describe past happenings, present happenings or what’s about to occur momentarily. Mundane actions, trite exchanges and life-altering events all undergo the same literary alchemy, creating a matter-of-fact, Woody Allen-ish sense of complicity with the viewer. Maintaining a bemused, sometimes comic distance, Betbeder traces how happenstance crystallizes into biography as his characters traverse the titular seasons, with results that will delight some and alienate others."

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    Mike Russell of The Oregonian gave it a 'B' grade saying "[a] fair amount of traumatic stuff happens in 2 Autumns, 3 Winters [... b]ut writer/director Sébastien Betbeder's French seriocomic romance still feels light (or emotionally distant, depending), thanks to the film's fusillade of stylistic tics."


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    References

    2 Autumns, 3 Winters Wikipedia
    2 Autumns, 3 Winters IMDb 2 Autumns, 3 Winters themoviedb.org


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