/ Lucie of all times

Film info

Following a chance encounter in an elevator in Paris, a very special relationship blossoms between two women. Lucie Aubrac is an intrepid, humanist French woman who has survived the darkest hours of World War II. Julie Perron is a young Quebec filmmaker on a timeless quest to answer life’s abiding questions.
Their philosophical discussions lead us on a very personal journey through a life that has spanned the 20th century. From the relativity of time and the beauty of love
to the essential need to speak out and resist injustice, Lucie Aubrac shares her innermost thoughts on living a meaningful existence. Woven through Lucie Aubrac’s cogent reflections is the riveting history of France during World War II.

/ Credits:
Direction: Julie Perron
Image: Pierre David
Sound: Brice Cavallero

/ Duration: 53’12’

/ Format: 16/9 - Stereo

/ Year of production: 2003

/ Color: color

/ Original language: French

/ Broadcasts

France 5, France 3 Bourgogne Franche-Comté, RTBF, Télé Canada

/ Festivals:

/ Financing & Coproduction:

Les Productions Virage inc (Québec), Entre Chien et Loup (Belgique)


Available DVD

This documentary
is only available in French.

/ Year: 2003

/ Duration: 53'12

/ Language: French

/ Format: 16/9 Stereo

/ Public rate
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/ Institutional rate
49,10 € VAT (shipping fees not included)


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