France | 2011 | 105 minutes | Christine Laurent
Set in Montevideo, just before the outbreak of the First World War, Amanhã ("tomorrow", in Portuguese) is the true story of young Uruguayan female poet Delmira Agustiniis, and her discovery of love and its power of enchantment. October 28.
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"The short, passionate life of Agustini is stylishly evoked in this film by Christine Laurent, longtime script collaborator of Jacques Rivette. Elegant, erotic and playful, the film contrasts its heroine’s turbulent, tormented psyche with free and graceful filmmaking to create something mysterious and wonderful as a poem. The beautiful Laure de Clermont-Tonnere (The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec) is affecting and compelling as Delmira, tortured by her own genius." - Edinburgh International Film Festival
|Principal Cast:||Laure De Clermont-Tonnerre, Marc Ruchmann, Teresa Madruga|
|Running Time:||105 minutes|