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Back to Burgundy

Back to Burgundy

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Back to Burgundy

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About the Film

Three siblings reunite at their home in picturesque Burgundy to save the family vineyard in this tender tale of a new generation finding its own unique blend from acclaimed director Cédric Klapisch (L’Auberge Espagnole). Jean (Pio Marmaï), the black sheep of the family, unexpectedly returns home from a decade abroad to reconnect with his hospitalized father. He’s welcomed by his strong-willed sister, Juliette (Ana Girardot), who took over the reins of the vineyard after their father fell ill, and Jeremie (François Civil), the youngest of the three who has recently married into one of the region’s more prestigious wine families. Their father passes shortly after Jean’s return, leaving them with the estate and a looming inheritance tax of half a million dollars. As four seasons and two harvests go by, Jean, Juliette, and Jeremie have to learn to reinvent their relationship and trust in each other as they work to preserve the land that ties them together.

Starring: Pio Marmaï, Ana Girardot, François Civil, Jean-Marc Roulot, María Valverde, & Yamée Couture
Director: Cédric Klapisch
Release Date: 03/23/18

Reactions

"As rich and earthy as a fine French wine...” - Peter DeBrudge, Variety
Full Review 

"... a scenic and knowing ode to traditional winemaking.” - Ben Kenigsberg, The New York Times
Full Review 

"StarStarStarStarStar... Rich and absorbing." G. Allen Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle
Full Review 

 

Cast & Crew

Cast

Jean: Pio Marmaï
Juliette: Ana Girardot
JérémieFrançois Civil
Marcel
Jean-Marc Roulot
Alicia
María Valverde
Océane
Yamée Couture
Lina: 
Karidja Touré
Chantal: Florence Pernel
Anselme: Jean-Marie Winling
Le père: Èric Caravaca

 

Crew

Director: Cédric Klapisch
Screenplay: Cédric Klapisch & Santiago Amigorena
Creative Collaborator: Jean-Marc Roulot
Producer: Bruno Levy
First Assistant Director: Antoine Garceau
Director of Production: Sylvie Peyre
Director of Photography: Alexis Kavyrchine
Costumes: Anne Schotte
Art Director: Marie Cheminal
Editor: Anne-Sophie Bion
Sound: Cyril Moisson
Sound Editor: Nicolas Moreau
Mixers: Cyril Holtz & Damien Lazzerini
Post-Production Director: Isabelle Morax 

 

Technical Info

Production Year: 2017
Release Date: 03/23/18
Countries of Production: France
Languages: English, French
Running Time: 1h 53m
Screen Ratio: 2.39
Sound: Dolby 5.1
Color: Color
Rating: Not Rated

Theaters

New York
New York
3/23/18
San Francisco
California
3/23/18
Santa Rosa
California
3/23/18
Seattle
Washington
3/23/18
San Rafael
California
3/23/18
Cranford
New Jersey
3/30/18
Plano
Texas
3/30/18
Dallas
Texas
3/30/18
Kew Gardens
New York
3/30/18
Malverne
New York
3/30/18
Roslyn
New York
3/30/18
Bloomfield
Michigan
3/30/18
White Plains
New York
3/30/18
New Orleans
Louisiana
3/30/18
Berkeley
California
3/30/18
Washington
District of Columbia
3/30/18
Encino
California
3/30/18
Irvine
California
3/30/18
Pasadena
California
3/30/18
Los Angeles
California
3/30/18
Charlotte
North Carolina
4/6/18
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
4/6/18
Austin
Texas
4/6/18
Palm Desert
California
4/6/18
Sedona
Arizona
4/6/18
Key Largo
Florida
4/9/18
Hollywood
Florida
4/13/18
Portland
Oregon
4/13/18
Chicago
Illinois
4/13/18
Boca Raton
Florida
4/13/18
Lake Worth
Florida
4/13/18
Nashville
Tennessee
4/13/18
Fort Lauderdale
Florida
4/13/18
Delray Beach
Florida
4/13/18
Vancouver
Washington
4/13/18
Claremont
California
4/14/18
Camas
Washington
4/20/18
Hartford
Connecticut
4/20/18
Santa Fe
New Mexico
4/20/18
Albuquerque
New Mexico
4/20/18
Bellingham
Washington
4/20/18
Scottsdale
Arizona
4/20/18
Honolulu
Hawaii
4/20/18
Santa Fe
New Mexico
4/20/18
Langley
Washington
4/24/18
Redlands
California
4/25/18
Pleasantville
New York
4/26/18
Ambler
Pennsylvania
4/27/18
Coral Gables
Florida
4/27/18
Wilmette
Illinois
4/27/18
Beaufort
South Carolina
4/30/18
Rochester
New York
5/4/18
Overland Park
Kansas
5/4/18
Kansas City
Missouri
5/4/18
Ann Arbor
Michigan
5/4/18
San Diego
California
5/4/18
Orlando
Florida
5/4/18
Rhinebeck
New York
5/4/18
San Luis Obispo
California
5/4/18
Orinda
California
5/4/18
St. Augustine
Florida
5/4/18
St. Helena
California
5/6/18
Bar Harbor
Maine
5/8/18
Allentown
Pennsylvania
5/11/18
Sonoma
California
5/11/18
Chatham
Massachusetts
5/11/18
Key West
Florida
5/11/18
Amarillo
Texas
5/11/18
Salem
Massachusetts
5/11/18
Larkspur
California
5/11/18
San Francisco
California
5/11/18
McKees Rocks
Pennsylvania
5/11/18
Nantucket
Massachusetts
5/16/18
Coral Gables
Florida
5/18/18
Wilton
New Hampshire
5/18/18
Napa
California
5/19/18
Antioch
California
5/27/18
Grand Junction
Colorado
5/31/18
Columbus
Ohio
6/2/18
Norfolk
Virginia
6/6/18
Tamarac
Florida
6/8/18
San Antonio
Texas
6/8/18
Aspen
Colorado
6/15/18
Minneapolis
Minnesota
6/15/18
Wilmington
Delaware
6/15/18
Huntington
New York
6/24/18
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma
7/14/18
Tunkhannock
Pennsylvania
7/17/18
Cleveland
Ohio
7/29/18

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Reactions

"As rich and earthy as a fine French wine...” - Peter DeBrudge, Variety
Full Review 

"... a scenic and knowing ode to traditional winemaking.” - Ben Kenigsberg, The New York Times
Full Review 

"StarStarStarStarStar... Rich and absorbing." G. Allen Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle
Full Review 

 

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