Wow, Olivier Assayas' latest film looks very, how shall we say... French.
The director of the brilliant Summer Hours and Carlos is back with Something in the Air, a 1960s-set drama following a 16-year-old who reacts to the social changes around him, becoming swept up in the romance, revolt and revolutionary aura of the May '68 period.
Assayas' semi-autobiographical coming-of-ager actually looks closer to the work of his wife, Mia Hansen-Løve, whose Goodbye First Love shares the same leading actress, Lola Créton (who we thought was fantastic in both films, by the way). You can read our full review here.
The film is released on 3 May in Canada, and 24 May in the UK.
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