Overview

On the last day of summer, Louise, an old woman realizes that the last train has departed without her. She finds herself alone in a small seaside resort town, abandoned by everyone. The weather quickly turns for the worse followed by the seasonal tides. Fragile and coquettish, not nearly as well-prepared as a would-be Robinson Crusoe, Louise isn’t likely to make it through the winter. Yet, Louise takes her abandonment as a challenge. She’s going to survive, confronting the elements as well as her memories, which have found the perfect occasion to join in the adventure…

  1. Jean-François Laguionie

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Dominique Frot

    Dominique Frot

    Louise

  2. Jean-François Laguionie

    Jean-François Laguionie

    Pepper

  3. Diane Dassigny

    Diane Dassigny

    Young Louise

  4. Tom Anthony

    Hickling

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Louise by the Shore
Louise by the Shore

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Original Title Louise en hiver

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 23, 2016
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 15m

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