L'aube à l'envers

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L'aube à l'envers
Directed by Sophie Marceau
Produced by Philippe Carcassonne
Philippe Jacquier
Written by Sophie Marceau
Starring Judith Godrèche
Jerzy Gralek
Anna Nehrebecka
Music by Stanislas Syrewycz
Edited by Marie-Sophie Dubus
Release date
  • May 1995 (1995-05)
Running time
10 minutes
Country France
Language French

L'aube à l'envers is a 1995 French short film written and directed by Sophie Marceau and starring Judith Godrèche, Jerzy Gralek, and Anna Nehrebecka.[1] It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.[2]


A young woman comes home to a half-empty apartment, and she feels alone. An older man walks through the corridors of a half-empty airport, and he feels alone and sad. He takes a photograph out of his wallet, tears it in two and drops it on the moving walkway. Both are torn in two. A girl in Paris is alone with a cat. A man arrives in Warsaw, and a woman is there to meet him. She drives him to his parent's home. An accident, a murder—nothing alters the imperturable course of life.



  1. ^ a b "L'aube à l'envers". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "L'aube à l'envers". Festival de Cannes. Retrieved 6 September 2009. 

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