One Fine Morning

  • Golden Globe Awards

One Fine Morning (France)

In her eighth feature, One Fine Morning, filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve comes up with a deceptively simple drama: a poignant, quietly illuminating rumination on being a mother, daughter and lover in these times. Hansen-Løve also wrote the deeply personal film, set in Paris, about a translator, Sandra (Léa Seydoux), who is a single mom to an eight-year-old (Camille Leban Martins), while trying to find a decent nursing home for her dad (Pascal Greggory), a former professor rapidly deteriorating from a neurodegenerative disorder.
  • Festivals

Léa Seydoux and Director, Mia Hanson-Løve Pull Back the Veil on “One Fine Morning”

“Sometimes opposite things happen at the same time in one's own life, like a strange morning – and at the same time, a rebirth,” says writer/director Mia Hanson-Løve (Things to Come, All is Forgiven) on the impetus of One Fine Morning (Un Beau Matin) which premiered in the Director’s Fortnight at the 75th Cannes Film Festival. Speaking after the screening, she explained the very personal narrative of the film which stars Léa Seydoux, Nicole Garcia and Pascal Greggory.