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All Is Forgiven

All Is Forgiven

by Mia Hansen-Löve

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A life portrait in the shadows

Review: All Is Forgiven

A life portrait in the shadows

A story of drug abuse and social maladjustment peppered with romantic and family sentiments produces a bittersweet brew full of finesse from a young and very promising director 

"The vulnerability of a human life"

Interview: Mia Hansen-Löve • Director

"The vulnerability of a human life"

From journalistic beginnings at the "Cahiers du Cinéma" to an acclaimed feature debut at the Cannes Film Festival, young French-Danish director has swiftly climbed the ladder of film fame 

"A slightly puzzling originality"

Interview: David Thion • Producer

"A slightly puzzling originality"

Cineuropa met up with the producer of the film and, most probably, of the director’s next work 

Key figures

Article: Tout est pardonné

Key figures

A €1.64m budget 

Trailer

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Trailer

In French and in English only

Article: Press Review

In French and in English only

photogallery

international title: All Is Forgiven
original title: Tout est pardonné
country: France
sales agent: Pyramide International
year: 2007
directed by: Mia Hansen-Løve
screenplay: Mia Hansen-Løve
cast: Marie-Christine Friedrich, Paul Blain, Olivia Ross, Victoire Rousseau, Constance Rousseau

main awards/selection

Cannes 2007 Directors' Fortnight (selection)
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