Sunday February 25th . Doors open 6.45pm. Film starts at 7.30pm.
Pangbourne village hall.
Stéphane Brizé's film charts the stuttering love affair between a lonesome schoolteacher and a married builder, all the way from the dusty side-streets to the station where they must either board the train or say goodbye. The performances from Sandrine Kiberlain and Vincent Lindon are extraordinary.
Winner of best adapted screenplay at the 2010 César Awards, this is a meticulously crafted romantic drama about the unexpecWted romance between a married man, Jean, and his son’s school teacher, Véronique Chambon.
The two protagonists come from very different worlds and their story reaches a painful turning point which will affect their lives forever.
The film has been termed a ‘heart-breaking and emotionally ambiguous twist on Brief Encounter’ (Time Out) and ‘an emotionally incandescent love story’ (New York Post).
Mademoiselle Chambon (2009)