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Things to Come

  • Starring: Isabelle Huppert, André Marcon, Roman Kolinka, Edith Scob
  • Director: Mia Hansen-Løve
  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Languages: English, German, French
  • Rating: NR
  • Running Time: 102 min.

What happens when the life you’ve worked so hard to build falls apart all at once? Nathalie (Isabelle Huppert) is a philosophy teacher with a seemingly settled existence, juggling a rich life of the mind with the day-to-day demands of career and family—including frequent visits to her drama queen mother (Édith Scob). But beginning with the bombshell revelation that her husband of twenty-five years is leaving her, one by one the pillars of Nathalie’s life start to crumble. For the first time in ages, she finds herself adrift, but also with a newfound sense of liberation. With nothing to hold her back, Nathalie sets out to define this new phase of her life and to rediscover herself. [IFC Films]

"It echoes Hansen-Løve's previous films in her delicate approach to the passing of time and her sensitivity toward life's expectations and disappointments."
- Dave Calhoun, Time Out
"Convincing proof that Mia Hansen-Løve is one of the best filmmakers on the planet."
- David Ehrlich, indieWIRE
"Mia Hansen-Love and Isabelle Huppert prove a dream partnership in the director's gorgeous, heart-cradling post-divorce drama."
- Guy Lodge, Variety
"An emotionally observant character study."
- Jordan Mintzer, Hollywood Reporter
"While Hansen-Løve certainly deserves credit for writing such a compelling character, it’s difficult to imagine anyone realizing Nathalie as consummately as Huppert, who, even by her exceptionally high standards, pulls off a superlative performance. "
- Giovanni Marchini Camia, The Film Stage
"The film is further confirmation of Mia Hansen-Løve’s delicately devastating ear and touch as a filmmaker. "
- Clayton Dillard, Slant Magazine
"Things to Come is a smart, earnest undertaking: an exploration of the insecurity that can hit any of us, at any age, when we start to question the life we’ve built."
- Henry Barnes, The Guardian

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