Mia Hansen-Løve’s newest sees Léa Seydoux falling for a married man. A trailer for “One High-quality Morning” introduces us to Sandra (Seydoux), a widowed mom who’s elevating her daughter and serving to to care her sick father. “I simply really feel like my love life is behind me,” she explains.
Sandra’s life takes an sudden flip when she reconnects with Clément (Melvil Poupaud), a good friend from her previous. “You’ll be able to nonetheless love and be cherished,” he tells her. Their relationship isn’t platonic for lengthy, however there’s a catch: Clément is married, and he’s “not prepared” to go away his spouse and make his son “endure.” “This was by no means a fling for me,” Sandra says.
“No Time to Die,” “The Lobster,” and “Blue Is the Warmest Color” are amongst Seydoux’s credit.
Hansen-Løve’s movies embody “Bergman Island,” “Issues to Come,” and “Goodbye First Love.”
“One High-quality Morning” has a one-week theatrical run beginning December 9 and can open in NY and LA January 27.