Baden Baden

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Kam įstatomi tokie dideli langai? Į juos žiūrint kyla noras nusibaigti.

26-year-old Ana (by Salomé Richard) is working  on a film set as a chauffeur for the main actress, though she's not very lucky with it. After the producer brings her to tears on the film set, she gets back at him by taking their rented "Porche" for a joyride and going back home to Strasbourg. Upon her return, Ana's grandmother Odette (by Claude Gensac) suffers a serious fall. While the grandma is in the hospital, Ana takes it upon herself to install a shower place of the old bath in grandma's apartment, and runs into her old romance, a pretentious artist that dumped her before, all the while trying to decide how to go on with her life. "Baden-Baden" is on the line between absurd comedy and drama, and is a joyous adventure for fans of the arthouse as well as the dark-humor.

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Winner of the Best Fiction Film award at the Crossing Europe Film Festival in Linz, Austria.

Rachel Lang

Rachel Lang was born in Strasbourg, France. Her graduation film For You I Will Fight (Pour toi je ferai bataille, 2011) received the Silver Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival. Along with her second film, White Turnips Make It Hard to Sleep (Les navets blancs empêchent de dormir, 2011) and Baden-Baden (winner of the Best Fiction Film award at the Crossing Europe Film Festival in Linz, Austria), they constitute a trilogy.