It's Germany, just after the end of WWI. Anna visits the grave of her fiancé, Frantz, every day, and she lives with his parents. Together, they mourn the loss of their only son and love. Then a mysterious young Frenchman, Adrien, comes to the little town and his presence stirs powerful emotions. The mostly-black-and-white historical drama is an unusual remake of Ernst Lubitsch's lesser known anti-war picture from 1932, Broken Lullaby.
Director: François Ozon
Screenplay: François Ozon
Director of Photography: Pascal Marti
Editor: Laure Gardette
Music: Philippe Rombi
Producer: Eric & Nicolas Altmayer
Sales: Films Distribution
Original title: Frantz
Country: France, Germany
Year of production: 2016
Length (min): 113
Language: French, German
Subtitles: Czech, English
Section: Re-Masters
Sponsors: Česko-německé kulturní jaro 2017, Deutsche Botschaft Prag – Německé velvyslanectví v Praze, l’Institut français de Prague

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