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Free screening of La Tendresse

Free screening of La Tendresse
Courtesy of Axia Films

We could all use a little tenderness, especially in trying times. During A Week of French Language Cinema at Theatre Raymond Kabbaz, the aptly named Belgian film, La Tendresse, is screening for free, along with the short, Fable Domestique. Email to request comp tickets for the screening on Tuesday, March 18, 2014, which starts at 7:30 p.m. at 10361 W. Pico Boulevard. Make sure to specify how many tickets you would like and the name of the film. Don't worry if your French needs polishing. The film has English subtitles.

In La Tendresse, a divorced couple hits the road to take care of their hospitalized son when he has a skiing accident in the French Alps. This subtle, comic fugue about the tenderness the family shows towards each other despite challenging situations is skillfully directed by Marion Hänsel. Watch the trailer here. Released in France in October 2013, La Tendresse runs 78 minutes.

Kicking off the evening is Fable Domestique. Directors Ann Sirot and Raphael Balboni cleverly explore jealousy in this 24-minute short film. View the trailer here.

Eager to see more French films in this series for free? Click here, here and here.

Try a little tenderness and go!


La Tendresse + Fable Domestique - free screening

March 18, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.

Theatre Raymond Kabbaz

inside Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles

10361 W. Pico Boulevard

Los Angeles 90064

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