In her latest film One Fine Morning, Mia Hansen-Love gives us a bittersweet version of the human journey, between the birth of a romantic relationship and the end of life in difficult conditions.
The film constantly oscillates between youth and senility, sensuality and incapacity. It delicately recounts the impermanence of existence, present and past achievements, and the loss that always finds us. Lea Seydoux paints a nuanced portrait of a young woman in the making, but it is particularly Pascal Greggory, mainly known for his verb, who expresses himself here quite differently, with few words but enormously graceful.
Mia Hansen-Love, the naturalist, continues to expand her poignant repertoire.