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Forget Me Not| 16mins
Director: Katia Grivot | Producer: UTOPIE Films
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: France
Subject Tags: europe, france, global, harmony, health, relationships
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
If you only had one memory left, which one would you like it to be ? Max is a 70-year-old java dancer. His memory is falling apart. He owes his last memories to his wife Lucette, as she is the one who leaves post-it notes and recordings to remind him of what he must do. She is also the one who recreates every Sunday the magic of their first rendezvous, as a beautiful present for the one who has loved her so much, but can’t remember… With the help of Roger, the owner of the open-air café, and of Felix, Edwige and other customers, Lucette meets Max as if it were their first time, around a romantic but also dramatic dance, that leads them inevitably toward the same outcome.

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