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A comedian and an opera singer's perfect life is shaken by the arrival of their daughter.


Why watch this film?

Anyone familiar with Leos Carax's filmography can already assume that 'Annette' is not a movie that can be put in a box, with pre-defined concepts - even though it is not as peculiar as the filmmaker's previous work, 'Holy Motors'. The feature film is a product of the minds of the musicians Ron and Russell Mael, from the pop rock band Sparks. Thus, we have a musical that escapes this nomenclature and all the clichés that Hollywood has inserted into the genre. A toxic relationship is the thread of the story, starring Marion Cotillard ('Piaf', 'The Origin') and Adam Driver ('Marriage Story'), which is further shaken by the arrival of a baby, Annette. This is a different, unexpected movie and yet it manages to awaken curiosity for more narratives that escape patterns. The feature brings inspirations from the work of filmmakers such as Jean-Luc Godard and in 'The Umbrellas of Love', by Jacques Demy.



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Plot summary

With Oscar nominees Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard. A comedian and an opera singer live a glamorous and seemingly perfect life, until their daughter, Annette arrives, changing their lives forever.

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Where to watch?

Available at home