ANGELE AND TONY
Finding each other was just the beginning.
The award-winning debut feature from writer/director Alix Delaporte is an arresting and intimate drama about two lost souls in search of human connection.
Angèle (Clotilde Hesme) is a young woman falling apart. Returned to the seaside town of Normandy after a two-year absence, she is fiercely determined to reconnect with her young son, yet also scared she’s unfit to take care of him. Tony (Gregory Gadebois) is a fisherman who lives with his widowed mother, trapped in emotional solitude.
The two meet via a personal ad; Angèle is forthright and rough, and her attempts to seduce him are met with surprise: Tony literally can’t believe his luck...
With her quiet, intimate approach, Delaporte allows the actors to shine, and the pitch-perfect, wholly naturalistic performances from Hesme and Gadebois elevate this absorbing and sensitive drama, as does the magnificent coastal scenery.
Running Time: 80 mins
Region: 4 PAL
Year of Production: 2010
Release Date: 5 October, 2011
Main Cast: Clotilde Hesme, Gregory Gadebois, Lola Duenas
Director: Alix Delaporte
Special Features: Theatrical trailer, Interview between Clotilde Hesme and Alix Delaporte, Interview between Gregory Gadebois and Alix Delaporte