See You Up There – Au revoir là-haut

Genre Drama
Director Albert Dupontel
Screenplay Albert Dupontel and Pierre Lemaître
Starring Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Albert Dupontel, Laurent Lafitte and Niels Arestrup.
Length 117 min
Country France/Canada
US release CT Premiere

Friday, April 27 – 8:00 PM to 10:30 PM

Bow Tie Cinemas, Greenwich, CT
Preceded by a VIP Gourmet Cocktail – 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Delamar, Greenwich, CT

November 1918, a few days before the Armistice: Edouard Péricourt saves Albert Maillard’s life. These men have nothing in common but the war they are fighting. By ordering a senseless assault, Lieutenant Pradelle destroys their lives but binds them as companions in misfortune. Condemned to live, the two create an extraordinary scam during the effervescent period of the 1920’s… Based on the novel by Pierre Lemaître (winner of the Prix Goncourt in 2013)… The director and ensemble cast have created a magnificent film destined to become a classic. Nominated for 13 César Awards!

Gourmet Coktail Reception at Delamar (reserved to VIP Pass holders)
Followed by Opening Night Film at Bow Tie


Césars Awards 2018
Best Director: Albert Dupontel
Best costumes: Mimi Lempicka
Best Cinematography: Vincent Mathias
Production Design: Pierre Quefféléan
Best Adapted Screenplay: Albert Dupontel and Pierre Lemaître

Best Film Nominee: Catherine Bozorgan and Albert Dupontel
Best Actor: Albert Dupontel
Best Supporting Actress: Mélanie Thierry
Best Supporting Actors: Niels Arestrup, Laurent Lafitte
Best Original Music: Christophe Julien
Best Editing: Christophe Pinel
Best Sound: Jean Minondo, Gurwal Coïc-Gallas, Cyril Holtz, Damien Lazzerin

FOCUS ON Pierre Lemaître – Writer
Adaptation of the book Au-revoir là-haut by Pierre Lemaître. Winner of the Prix Goncourt in 2013

SELECT FILMOGRAPHY Albert Dupontel – Director
The Creator
The Villain
The Clink of Ice – (2010) FFC 2011
9 Month Stretch – (2013) Opening Night FFC2014
See you up there – Opening Night FFC2018

“Written, directed by and co-starring Albert Dupontel in his most ambitious project yet, the film features a handful of jaw-dropping moments.”
– The Hollywood Reporter

“Albert Dupontel might just have made one of the most beautiful movies of the year.”
– 20 Minutes