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by Rose Bosch


Léa, Adrien, and their brother Théo, who was born deaf, set out on vacation in Provence. They are staying with their grandfather, Paul, who lives in an olive grove up in the hills. Due to a family dispute, Paul has never met his grandchildren. This isn't exactly a dream vacation, particularly since their father announced that he was moving out the day before the siblings were due to depart. In less than 24 hours, a clash of generations has occurred between the teenagers and the old man, whom they consider psychotic. They are wrong. Because Paul's turbulent past comes to the fore and the Seventies descends on the Alpilles. During this tempestuous summer, both generations will be transformed by one another. .

original title: Avis de mistral
country: France
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Rose Bosch
film run: 105'
release date: FR 02/04/2014, IT 13/04/2016
screenplay: Rose Bosch
cast: Jean Reno, Anna Galiena, Chloé Jouannet, Hugo Dessioux, Lukas Pelissier, Tom Leeb
cinematography by: Stéphane Le Parc
film editing: Samuel Danési
art director: Pierre Quefféléan
costumes designer: Mimi Lempicka
producer: Alain Goldman
production: Légende, Gaumont, France 2 Cinéma
distributor: Gaumont Distribution
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