Nadia, Butterfly (2020)

  • Drama, Sport
  • 1h 47m

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She may still be young and at the peak of her career, but Nadia has made up her mind. After the Olympic games in Tokyo, she will put her glorious swimming career behind her in order to escape a harsh life filled with sacrifices. After the very last race, she is swept away by nights of drinking, partying, and loss of control in an attempt to deal with her emotional crisis. This new film by Canadian director Pascal Plante (Fake Tattoos) is a clever and touching work that takes us to places not seen enough on the silver screen. Indiewire stated that the film provides a “deeply felt (almost anthropological) look at a rare butterfly in search of the second chrysalis she needs to spread her wings.”

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פרטים בעברית

Director

Pascal Plante

Screenplay

Pascal Plante

Cinematography

Stéphanie Weber Biron

Festival

Cannes

Sales

WaZabi Films

Hebrew Title

נדיה, פרפר

Languages

French, English

Subtitles

English, Hebrew

Bonus Content

Video Introduction

The director Pascal Plante presents his new film, Nadia, Butterfly