Back To Burgundy

Oct

19

Date: October 19, 2018

Time: 7:30 pm

Location: Hoke Theatre

Cost: $7/each

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2018 (Not Rated) 113 min. France/subtitles
Director: Cédric Klapisch
Cast: Pio Marmaï, Ana Girardot, François Civil

Three siblings reunite at their home in picturesque Burgundy to save the family vineyard in this tender tale of a new generation finding its own unique blend from acclaimed director Cédric Klapisch. Jean, the black sheep of the family, unexpectedly returns home from a decade abroad to reconnect with his hospitalized father. He’s welcomed by his strong-willed sister, Juliette, who took over the reins of the vineyard after their father fell ill, and Jeremie, the youngest of the three who has recently married into one of the region’s more prestigious wine families. Their father passes shortly after Jean’s return, leaving them with the estate and a looming inheritance tax of half a million dollars. As four seasons and two harvests go by, Jean, Juliette, and Jeremie have to learn to reinvent their relationship and trust in each other as they work to preserve the land that ties them together.

“As rich and earthy as a fine French wine…” – Peter DeBrudeg, VARIETY

“…a scenic and knowing ode to traditional winemaking.” – Ben Kenigsberg, THE NEW YORK TIMES

“…Rich and absorbing.” – G. Allen Johnson, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE

“There is a lot to admire here. Take your time and drink it in.” – Adam Graham, DETROIT NEWS

“As far as winemaking is concerned, BACK TO BURGUNDY is rich in vistas of the fabled côtes; stuffed with oenophile info…and studded with casual tastings of wines that most of us can only dream of.” – Joe Morgenstern, WALL STREET JOURNAL

“After sharing this journey with such a well-rounded and deeply human group of characters, how can you ever look at a glass of wine the same way again?” – Peter Debruge, VARIETY

“…many eye-boggling shots of the vistas covered entirely by fields of grapes that are, in themselves, worth the price of admission…a superb film capturing the ambience of winemaking magnificently and the family disputes that accompany it.” – Tony Medley, TOLUCAN TIMES

“A film so rich and pleasurable you’d be forgiven if you thought about it each time you have a glass of red.” – G. Allen Johnson, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE