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Blind Date

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Winner of the Audience Award (COLCOA French Film Festival in Los Angeles 2015)

Blind Date is a clever Parisian comedy to delight anyone who’s ever played the dating game.

When a young pianist moves in to a new apartment, she discovers that the walls are so thin, she and her neighbour can hear everything the other does. A battle ensues on both sides of the wall, each party trying to annoy the other into silence. Yet before long, these noisy lonely hearts start to enjoy each other’s quirks, despite having never seen each other.

Stylish and laugh-out-loud funny, this audience award-winner is thoroughly charming entertainment.

Screening as part of the Perth International Arts Festival 2015 from 22 December to the 3rd of January.

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Starring

Clovis Cornillas, Melanie Bernier

Directed by

Clovis Cornillas

Country Of Origin

France

Language

French

French Cinema Review

A delightful love story set to the stirring music of Chopin.

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