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I've Loved You So Long

Il y a longtemps que je t'aime


A woman struggles to find her place in her family and society after spending fifteen years in prison. "Extraordinary" THE GUARDIAN

Directed by

Philippe Claudel (I've Loved You So Long- Best Film Not in the English Language at the BAFTA Awards)


Kristin Scott Thomas MULTI-AWARDED ACTRESS (The English Patient, I've Loved You So Long, Sarah's Key)
Elsa Zylberstein (I've Been Waiting So Long, Time Regained)
Serge Hazanavicius (I've Loved You So Long)
Laurent Grevill


Yves Marmion - UGC YM

2007 / Original language: French / Color / 1.85 / Dolby SR SRD / available in hd

For 15 years, Juliette has had no ties with her family who had rejected her. Although life once violently separated them, Léa, her younger sister, takes her into her home which she shares with her husband Luc, his father, and their little girls.
"I'VE LOVED YOU SO LONG is a film about the strength of women, their capacity to shine forth, reconstruct themselves and be reborn. A story about our secrets, about confinement, about the isolation we all share..." Philippe Claudel


2 Golden Globe nominations in 2009
Best performance by an actress (drama)
Best film in a foreign language

2 BAFTA nominations and 1 BAFTA Award
Leading actress
Original screenplay
1 Bafta Award: Film not in the English language

2 César Awards
Best First Film
Best supporting actress (Elsa Zylberstein)

Berlinale (2008)
In competition

Telluride Film Festival (2008)

Toronto International Film Festival (2008)
Gala Presentation


The Guardian

"Utterly engrossing"

"A devastating career best performance"
Screen International

"Kristin Scott Thomas, promoting her knockout work in the French film, I’ve Loved You So Long. This is an Oscar performance."
Foxnews.com (Roger Friedman)