In French with English subtitles.
BANDE ANNONCE (Trailer)
-FIPRESCI Award, Toronto International FilM Festival 2012
- Best Picture & Best Screenplay, San Sebastian International Film Festival 2012
One of this year’s outstanding films. Francois Ozon’s diabolical comedy is sinfully delicious! - Stephen Holden (The New York Times)
Surprising… intriguing and addictive. -
Doris Toumarkine (Film Journal International)
A remarkable film! - Scott Foundas (The Village Voice)
An impressive and handsomely assembled film that’s as thought-provoking as it is entertaining. - Boyd Van Hoeij (Indiewire)
Brilliant… deliciously witty and cunningly clever! - Ronald Bergan (Slant Magazine)
In the House reps the best of both worlds for Ozon, it has the cheekiness of his best comedies and the depth of his more sober works. As such, it is his most complete and satisfying film to date. - Richard Leathem (Weekend Notes)
Director: François Ozon
Screenplay: François Ozon, based on the play by Juan Mayorga
International Distribution: Cohen media Group
Rated R (Adult situations)
Fabrice Luchini: Germain
Ernst Umhauer: Claude Garcia
Kristin Scott Thomas: Jeanne Germain
Emmanuelle Seigner: Esther Artole
Denis Ménochet: Rapha Artole, father Bastien Ughetto: Rapha Artole, son
Jean-François Balmer: the principal
Famed director Ozon (SWIMMING POOL, 8 WOMEN) delivers a witty, slippery thriller about a literature teacher (Fabrice Luchini) who rediscovers enthusiasm for his work as he is drawn into the voyeuristic world of a 16-year-old student (Ernst Umhauer) who covets a classmate’s middle class home and mother and writes about it in brilliant essays. But isn’t it dangerous to mix fiction and reality?
Shown with Ce n'est pas un film de cow boys (It's Not a Cowboy Movie) by Benjamin Parent.
Saturday, June 27 - 7:25pm & Sunday, June 30 - 11am
Q&A with Le Professeur Kevin Elstob follows the Sunday screening.