Fidelity

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A talented young Canadian photographer Clélia (by Sophie Marceau) is invited to work for a scandal-mongering tabloid La Verité in Paris. Here she meets an eccentric children-book publisher and soon marries him. Just after the wedding, her mother looks at the wedding pictured made by the colleague who’s in love with Clélia. She suspects that her daughter is having an affair. Anxious, Clélia’s mother has a stroke and dies. Clélia manages to resist the allure of the colleague, but in the meanwhile it looks that the world around her is shattering to pieces. 

Festivals: 

Cabourg Romantic Film FestivalBest Actress and Golden Swan awards

Andrzej Żuławski

Andrzej Żuławski was born in 1940 in Poland, and grew up between Warsaw and Paris. After finishing school, he studied Cinema in Paris. He then returned to Poland to become an assistant of the prominent Andrzej Wajda. His first full-length feature, The Third Part of The Night (1971), was widely acclaimed and earned many international prizes. As the career grew, he had difficulties with the Soviet regime, eventually facing censorship for his film The Devil (1972), and decided to return to France. The film Possession (1981) was selected for the official competition at the Cannes Film Festival. He also directed films Mad Love (1985), My Nights Are More Beautiful Than Your Days (1989), Fidelity (2000) and Cosmos (2015).