Louise By the Shore

Louise By the Shore

Directed by Jean-Francois Laguionie

On the last day of summer in a small seaside resort town, an older woman named Louise realizes that the last train has departed without her. She finds herself alone in the town, abandoned by everyone. As the weather turns for the worse and with no one to keep her company, Louise must rely on her past to help her survive the present...

On the last day of summer in a small seaside resort town, an older woman named Louise realizes that the last train has departed without her. She finds herself alone in the town, abandoned by everyone.

Cast: France Castel

Member Reviews

the beautiful watercolours bring Louise's story to life with so much tenderness and humility. They soften the hard edges of age somehow. We can see the unseen and hear the unsaid with this beautiful storytelling. Enchanting.

gypsycurator
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15 days ago

Absolutely wonderful. Soothing, mystical, and deeply-rooted in the thoughts of this old woman and her companion. Absolutely adored this film!

jordankatcher
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5 months ago

An old woman’s life in review. Breathtaking. Thank you.

Galiano
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6 months ago

Fantastic!

Hardgirl
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8 months ago

I have suggested Sundance for this lovely movie!!! Nancy Clapp

Fancync
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a year ago