Camille Rewinds

Synopsis: Camille was only sixteen and still in high school when she fell in love with Eric, another student. They later married and a child and were happy for a while. But now twenty-five years have passed and Eric leaves her for a younger woman. Bitter and desperate Camille drinks so much liquor at a New Year Eve's party that she falls into an ethylic coma and she finds herself... propelled into her own past! Camille is sixteen again when she wakes up this morning, her parents are not dead anymore and she must go to school, where she will meet her schoolmates and, of course, Eric. Is she going to fall for him again and... be miserable twenty-five years later? Or will she avoid him with the result never having her beloved daughter? Who ever said that time traveling was fun?
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Noémie Lvovsky
Production: F Comme Film
  5 wins & 19 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.3
Rotten Tomatoes:
67%
Year:
2012
115 min
7 Views

Final checks, then we shoot.

We're almost done.

It's fine.

The bathrobe.

Silence on the set.

Lie back.

Pull this up.

Not too high, or...

Like that.

Let's go.

It's fine.

Can we start rolling?

Roll camera. 54/5...

Slate.

Rolling.

Raise the sheet.

Not too much because...

Action!

Blood! Blood!

Pump! Pump!

Blood, more blood!

Eyes bulging.

More, more...

Nice. Go back down.

Fall back.

Keep it pulsing.

Cut!

We've cut.

It's fine...

It was good.

Change the sheets.

It's still squirting.

The other girl. Same thing here.

That's gross. Get Carole please.

Go get changed.

Take the actress to change.

What next, Guillaume?

She got it all over.

Very nice pulsations.

Not the world's best actress, but...

Have any lines?

Same here.

How many days?

One.

Me too.

I'm not getting work.

Me neither.

Carole, you're on in 5.

Okay, Olivier?

CAMILLE REWINDS:

You, here?

- Waiting for the realtor.

- Realtor?

- I left messages.

- Never got them.

Oh yes, you did.

I got the month wrong.

You keep saying to wait.

Now I can't wait.

She's pregnant? That's wonderful.

Congratulations.

Shut up.

You take some decoding.

I'll think it over = So long.

I need time = She's 20.

I need my share back = Get out.

"I can't wait" was obvious.

I'm not here to talk.

I know. No more talk.

We're selling this place.

You said so. In your letter.

When I left, I suggested we talk.

You said no.

This letter is very weird.

I still feel it's not you

who wrote it.

Check if it was you.

It was me all right.

Listen.

"Your poison pervaded the place. "

Excellent alliteration!

"I'd never have expected this.

I've surely made mistakes. "

Hear that?

Did you ever apologize?

Or even try to stop drinking?

No, I drank twice as much.

For years you pushed me out.

I stayed too long. I was dumb.

I've started my life over.

I need the money.

For years

I pushed you out?

You're slow.

You've always been slow.

Even for packing a crate!

Learn to speed up.

Keep up with youth.

Look.

Even your shoes outrun you.

Come in...

Make yourself at home.

I'll do the same

because it's my home too.

- Want a drink?

- No thanks.

You, Eric? Nothing either?

To the sale!

My husband's in a rush.

He can't move in with his girlfriend.

She's still with her parents.

Sit here quietly

while we look around.

You'll see.

A bit poisonous, but such charm!

We're facing north here. There too.

Never any sun.

An icebox in the winter.

It doesn't matter

because it's welcoming.

You can hear absolutely everything.

Upstairs.

Below.

When do evictions resume?

In April?

So call the cops because

I won't leave before.

I feel so great in this place.

Drink yourwhiskey

and leave us alone.

Want to see the bathroom?

Quickly.

We're gone.

Here.

Happy New Year!

You recognize

what we've become?

Did you recognize him?

Scary, isn't it?

No chance

we'll be getting back together.

I'll see him a few more times

in my life.

You and I will keep doing what we do.

We'll say

good morning and good night.

We can have dinner together at night.

Mom?

Wear this. I love it.

It was my mom's.

I know.

I can't go dressed as my mother.

I wish you'd met.

You'd have gotten along.

I'm sure.

She never knew I was pregnant.

No time to tell her.

I did a test.

She died the next day.

She fell.

Like this, all of a sudden.

I know, Mom.

Don't think about it.

I loved her voice.

She had a pretty voice.

Time to get up.

Get out of bed.

You've slept enough.

Get up, you have school.

A gentle voice.

Clear.

I can't imitate it.

Lost that too.

It's not lost

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