One Time Screening

Al, a young man from a modest background, is ten days away from marrying the daughter of his boss, along with succeeding him as the head of the car dealership where Al has been working for most of his life.  Coming back drunk from his bachelor party, he accidentally kills a poor Moldavian worker with his car and then drives off in panic.

The hit-and-run accident threatens to not only destroy his inner being, with guilt, but his upcoming marriage to the boss’ daughter.

Director:  Catherine Corsini
Writers:  Catherine Corsini, Benoit Graffin
Run Time:  101 min.
Genre:  Drama
Distributor:  Film Movement
Country:  France
Language:  French, Moldovan w/ English Subtitles
Rating:  N/R
Starring:  Raphaël Personnaz, Clotilde Hesme and Arta Dobroshi

FESTIVALS:  Official Selection: Un Certain Regard, Cannes Film Festival, Toronto Int’l Film Festival,  Mumbai Int’l Film Festival, Prishtina Int’l Film Festival, Kosovo;  Beirut Int’l Film Festival; Festival du Film Francophone, Belgium; Philadelphia Int’l Film Festival

Everything about ‘Three Worlds’ feels very true-to-life. This is its greatest strength, the thing that makes it entirely relatable. The characters make decisions that a third-party (the audience in this case) are very unlikely to agree with en masse, but such is life for any individual out there.”

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