Margaux, a woman in her fifties, lost her husband and started a new life. She moved to her sister's home and decided to enroll in university to resume studies. But quickly, she feels the need for something else. She sets out in search of love at the risk of losing her way…CINEMANIA's opinion :
Following an absence of eight years, Emmanuelle Béart marks her return to the big screen with this intimate fiction about the wandering journey of a fifty- something-year-old woman who is lost and must relearn how to live. “I had finally convinced myself that I wouldn’t be able to act in films anymore” Béart confided to the public at the world premiere of the Angoulême French Film Festival this past summer. The result did not disappoint: MARGAUX HARTMANN is a sublime portrait of an independent woman living a new adolescence. Actors Vincent Dedienne and Eva Ionesco are equally convincing in supporting roles.