Everything Went Fine (Tout s'est bien passé) 113 mins

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Tuesday, 24 May
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Acclaimed director François Ozon and actress Sophie Marceau team up for the first time, accompanied by veteran actors André Dussollier and Charlotte Rampling, bringing to the screen a moving father-daughter story that heroes the tenacity of two sisters.

When Andre, 85, has a stroke, his daughter Emmanuèle hurries to her father’s bedside. When he wakes up diminished and dependent, this vital and curious man who loves life asks his daughter to help him end his life. 

Everything Went Fine, the new film from François Ozon based upon the novel ‘Everything Went Well’ by Emmanuèle Bernheim, premiered in competition at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, earning praise from audiences and critics alike as a ‘clear-eyed, handsomely constructed drama’ (Daily Telegraph). 

Critics are saying...
★★★★ "Outstanding.... wonderfully observed” The Guardian 

 “Poignant and funny… a scenario that has rarely been treated with such affection” The Australian

“Its honesty and intelligence keep you glued” Hollywood Reporter

“...performances are pitch-perfect...” CineVue

“The prolific French director has returned to Cannes with this clear-eyed, handsomely constructed drama about the emotionally and ethically taxing business of arranging a relative's assisted suicide, with a welcome juicy leading role for Sophie Marceau." Daily Telegraph (UK)

"Everything Went Fine" abounds in this kind of fragile, viciously knotted family drama, though Ozon's candid, often bluntly funny screenplay keeps it at a low temperature throughout.“  Variety

"Everything Went Fine eschews emotional fireworks in favour of nicely observed small moments..." Screen International 

"Ozon remains a terrific actors' director, with both Marceau and especially Dussollier giving lively performances that afford the film its limited spark." HeyUGuys

"Although the subject of euthanasia does not normally suggest a good time at the movies, French director François Ozon serves one up anyway with the help of a raft of crafty and appealing veteran actors." Deadline Hollywood Daily

French with English subtitles 

View David Stratton's Review of Everything Went Fine

“This elegantly written, persuasively performed drama finds the ever-unpredictable Ozon in his plainest.”

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