Kiss Me!

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Showings

Ticket Prices
General Public:$10.00
Members:$7.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$7.00
Film Info
Original Title:Embrasse-moi!
Program:Lumières Françaises
Young French Cinema
Tags:Romance
Comedy
Comedy Drama
Francophone
Women Directors
Release Year:2017
Runtime:86 min
Country/Region:France
Language:French
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Unifrance
WT Film
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWOvNomyadM
Cast/Crew
Director:Océanerosemarie
Cyprien Vial
Producer:Maxime Delauney
Romain Rousseau
Cinematographer:Pascal Auffray
Screenwriter:Océanerosemarie
Editor:Anny Danché
Julie Duclaux
Composer:Thibault Frisoni
Principal Cast:Océanerosemarie
Alice Pol
Grégory Montel
Laure Calamy

Description

Original Title: Embrasse-moi!

In this charming romantic comedy about the speed bumps along the way to accepting true love, acclaimed comedian and singer Océanerosemarie plays a fun-loving osteopath. Fresh from yet another breakup, Océanerosemarie is jogging in the woods when she spies the beautiful Cécile doing gymnastics. All it takes is one failed headstand for Océanerosemarie to jump in and offer her healing touch. Before long, she is convinced she has met the woman of her life. But Cécile is the shy, quiet type, while Océanerosemarie is a boisterous party animal surrounded by ex-girlfriends, including Fantine, a super-successful architect who isn’t ready to let anyone new take her place…

While Kiss Me! winningly navigates the tried and true formulas of the romantic comedy, it is remarkable for introducing a lesbian love story to the genre without depicting homosexuality as a problem or a novelty. Here, the trials and tribulations, joy and hilarity faced by the characters are those of any two people in love, subtly but firmly driving home the point that love is love.


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This film is part of Young French Cinema, which is a program of UniFrance & the Cultural Services of the French Embassy.


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Lumières Françaises highlights an exciting new generation of rising francophone talent on both sides of the camera, from rebellious comedies to exquisite dramas and vivid documentaries.