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Custody

M Drama

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Synopsis

The astonishing, break-out critical discovery of the Venice Film Festival where it was awarded Best Director and Best Debut Film , Xavier Legrand’s heart-stopping French drama charts a family’s struggles with the fallout of divorce, and the resulting impact on the two children.

Miriam (Léa Drucker) and Antoine (Denis Ménochet) have recently separated. While she’s willing to permit their 17-year-old daughter Josephine (Mathilde Auneveux) to decide living arrangements for herself, Miriam is desperate to keep her youngest, 11-year-old Julien (Thomas Gioria), away from his father. But the magistrate rules in favour of joint-custody, and suddenly the boy is thrown directly into the middle of an escalating parental conflict, where it seems inevitable that sides must be chosen.

This film is in French Language with English subtitles.

Release Date 27 September 2018
Running Time 1hr 33m
Rating M | Mature themes, Violence and Coarse Language
Cast Denis Ménochet, Léa Drucker, Thomas Gioria, Mathilde Auneveux
Director Xavier Legrand

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