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Timo Von GUNTEN
Sometimes life seems to pass at 300km/h. A touching story between a lonely woman and a TGV train driver. Inspired by true events and with actress Jane BIRKIN in the leading role.
Mrs. La Fontaine is a middle-aged woman who likes to wake up every morning with her precious pet bird. Thanks to a strange secret routine she carries out every day at 6 A.M. and 7 P.M., she meets a person who brightens up her day and eventually helps her starting a new chapter in life by encouraging her to open up to and get along with a broader range of people. (SIM Hye-kyung)
Timo Von GUNTENTimo Von GUNTEN
Born 1989 in Zurich, Timo VON GUNTEN is the founder of BMC Films and works as a screenwriter and director out of Switzerland.