Mia Hansen-Løve would probably have premiered her latest film, Bergman IslandAt the Cannes Film Festival this year, but with the annual event canceled due to the pandemic, she takes a note from Wes Anderson and saves the debut of her film for next year, but is preparing a new project in the meantime.
Titled Good morning (which roughly translated means Good morning), her new film will star the quartet of French talents: Léa Seydoux, Pascal Greggory, Nicole Garcia and Melvil Poupaud. Cine Europe reports that Arte France Cinéma is sponsoring the film, which is the director’s eighth and will start production in summer 2021 Take a look at the summary below.
The story revolves around Sandra, who often visits her father Georg, who suffers from a neurodegenerative disease. When she and her family set out on a real obstacle course through hospitals and retirement homes to find a safe place for Georg, Sandra unexpectedly meets Clément, an old friend with whom she had lost contact and with whom she soon became a passionate but insecure begins relationship with …
Meanwhile we expect Bergman Island appear on the Festival Circuit next year, while the director’s previous film Maya is still waiting for distribution in the USA. Read our latest interview with her here and continue streaming a trio of her best films The criteria channel.