About The Film
In this sorrow-tinged romantic comedy, Parisian newlyweds travel to Poland, their honeymoon awkwardly doubling as a bid to reconnect with their Jewish heritage. Anna and Adam (Judith Chemla and Arthur Igual) celebrate their nuptials with a trip to their family homeland, leaving their newborn with grandparents. While Anna is eager to trace her roots, Adam reluctantly attends a memorial for an ancestral village destroyed in the war. Unable to bridge past and present in this strange yet familiar land, the eye-opening journey doesn’t go as planned. Awash with offbeat characters and absurd vignettes, this life-affirming charmer movingly conveys the void experienced by third-generation survivors. Moscow Film Festival FIPRESCI Critics prizewinner.