Run time: 111 mins

Sun! Sea! Men! Margaritas! This variation on a

Mamma Mia! type theme is French and thus a bit

brittle, a little eccentric and less predictable than

you might think.

The film follows Blandine (Olivia Côte), whose

husband left her two years earlier and is about to

have a baby with his new, young wife. Her friend

Magalie (Laure Calamy) lives for fun, excitement, and

the triumph of petty cons like keeping the tags on

an expensive shirt so she can wear it once and then

return it.

Blandine has planned a stay in a luxurious hotel on

the island of Amorgos, where she and Magalie once

dreamed of both visiting. This comes together with

the introduction of a third character, who goes by

the chosen name Bijou (jewel), played by Kristin

Scott Thomas.

Magalie learns there is value in slowing down to

pay attention to someone else. In these gorgeous

settings, away from home, they show us that a

journey filled with unexpected detours can end up

in a destination better than the one we plan.

Sunday 23rd June
06:00 pm
Monday 24th June
02:00 pm
Saturday 22nd June
19:00
Saturday 6th July
14:00
Sunday 23rd June
18:00
Monday 24th June
14:00
Tuesday 25th June
14:00
Tuesday 25th June
19:30
Tuesday 2nd July
14:00
Tuesday 2nd July
19:30
Wednesday 26th June
14:00
Wednesday 26th June
19:30
Thursday 27th June
14:00
Thursday 27th June
19:30
Thursday 4th July
14:00
Thursday 4th July
19:30
Sunday 14th July
18:00
Friday 28th June
14:00
Sunday 30th June
18:00
Friday 5th July
14:00
Friday 28th June
19:30
Saturday 29th June
19:00
Monday 1st July
14:00
Monday 1st July
19:30
Wednesday 3rd July
14:00
Wednesday 3rd July
19:30
Friday 5th July
19:30
Saturday 6th July
19:00
Monday 8th July
14:00
Tuesday 16th July
14:00
Tuesday 16th July
19:30
Tuesday 9th July
14:00
Tuesday 9th July
19:30
Wednesday 10th July
14:00
Wednesday 10th July
19:30
Thursday 11th July
14:00
Thursday 11th July
19:30
Thursday 18th July
14:00
Friday 12th July
19:30
Saturday 13th July
14:00
Saturday 13th July
19:00
Tuesday 30th July
14:00
Tuesday 30th July
19:30
Monday 15th July
14:00
Monday 15th July
19:30
Wednesday 17th July
14:00
Wednesday 17th July
19:30
Friday 19th July
14:00
Sunday 21st July
18:00
Monday 22nd July
14:00
Friday 19th July
19:30
Saturday 20th July
19:00
Tuesday 23rd July
14:00
Thursday 25th July
14:00
Thursday 25th July
19:30
Sunday 28th July
18:00
Saturday 20th July
14:00
Monday 29th July
14:00
Wednesday 24th July
14:00
Wednesday 24th July
19:30
Friday 26th July
14:00
Saturday 27th July
19:00
Saturday 27th July
14:00
Wednesday 31st July
14:00
Wednesday 31st July
19:30