• France / 
  • 2013 / 
  • French with English subtitles / 
  • 93 min
2 AUTUMNS, 3 WINTERS DVD & Online Streaming
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"A quirky French indie...filled with oodles of visual flourishes."
– Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter
"2 Autumns, 3 Winters is the palpable love of cinema on display!"
– Craig Williams, Cinevue
"Beautifully performed…[with] an insight rarely touched upon in most films!"
– Sacha Stephan, Reel Good


Arman is 33 and ready to make a change, starting with a run in the park. When he literally bumps into Amélie - slightly cynical but nevertheless lovely - on the jogging path, he's dead-set on making a connection with her. As a bit of contrived fate brings them together, Arman's best friend Benjamin suffers an unexpected stroke, relegating him to the hospital for weeks where he falls for his doting young physical therapist. Over the course of two autumns and three winters, Arman, Amélie and Benjamin share the incidental moments, unexpected accidents, unconventional love stories and unforgettable memories that will define who they are.

Directed by Diane Crespo and Stefan Schaefer
Rochel is an Orthodox Jew, and Nasira a Muslim of Syrian origin. They are both beautiful young teachers at a public school in Brooklyn. They also have something else in common - they are going through the process of getting "arranged marriages" through their respective religious and traditional customs. With both family pressure on the one hand, and the rejection of traditional values by the outside world on the other, Rochel and Nasira will have to rely on each other and their friendship to pull through this difficult time of their lives, striving to be strong women in charge of their own happiness, while keeping their deep religious and cultural convictions.
Directed by Silvio Soldini
Anna has everything she thought she could ever need: a respectable career, a caring family, and a loving partner, Alessio. But when she meets Domenico, a handsome, married waiter, her neatly ordered world begins to fall apart. They quickly fall into a heated affair, based on secret meetings, stolen caresses, cell phone fights, and endless lies. Anna's increasingly distant behavior goes unnoticed by Alessio, while Domenico's wife becomes steadily more suspicious of her husband. As the two lovers begin to fall deeper under the spell of passion, they are faced with a life-changing choice which neither is entirely prepared to make.
Directed by Joseph Infantolino
In this nuanced and comedic portrait of marriage, newlyweds Alex (Lee Tergesen) and Alice (Melanie Lynskey) host a New Year's Eve party for their closest friends at their remote cabin in the mountains. However, when Alice's friend brings along a surprise guest—the very young and beautiful Helena (Gillian Jacobs)—the group's facades begin to crumble.
Directed by Jennifer Devolère
Families are complicated...Especially when Eli, the father, who's about to be 60, is expecting a baby with his new wife. Upon hearing this news, his two grown daughters, Dom, who is trying to adopt, and Justine, who flits from one boyfriend to the next, are shocked. To get closer to Justine, whom he has never gotten along with, Eli has the bright idea of making friends with all of her exes...without her knowledge. But when Justine falls in love again and Eli is about to ruin everything, this family is on the verge of falling apart. Will they all be able to make peace before it's too late?
Directed by Silvio Soldini
GARIBALDI'S LOVERS presents a fizzy ride through a magical vision of metropolitan Italy, while at the same time casting a critical eye on modern life in the city. Widowed plumber Leo is struggling to deal with the growing pains of his two adolescent children, when his life intersects with penniless artist Diana and her eccentric landlord Amanzio. Through a hilarious series of coincidences, they give each other new hope for their futures - and for the city itself, so emblematic of our times.
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Customer Reviews

Jeff in Seattle - Customer Review
Overall, "3 Autumns, 2 Winters" is a nice quirky romantic film. Man and woman run into each other while jogging. Man looks for woman again without success, until the woman is about to get mugged. Love blossoms. They split. Well, you get the idea.. Familiar love storty, but the characters are easy to relate to. So, here's the problem... The characters speak to the audience nearly all the time. It has a documentary feel to it. It certainly distract from the story, and I was unable to get used to the feel since I was expecting a normal film. I must admit that this narration style is an improvement of Goddard's style of narration, which makes me turn off the film just five minutes intot he film. I watched 3 Autmns, 2 Winters in its entirety.

Micah Cowan - Customer Review
What seems to have been Film Movement's favorite aspect of this film, was decidedly its biggest drawback for my wife and I. Namely, the constant narration, especially on the part of the actors, while their in the midst of acting out what they're narrating. I could only withstand about 20 minutes of it. Film Movement claims it creates a special intimacy between actors and audience, but I only found it excruciatingly annoying, and an insurmountable obstacle to any sort of immersion in the movie's story (which, at least for 20 minutes, was bland and predictable). Even in books, an intrinsically narrative form, it's insulting to the intellect (as well as lazy writing) if the author is constantly telling you explicitly what's going on, instead of writing just enough to allow you the joy of understanding on your own. How much more so in film, usually an intrinsically experiential medium? I'm no fan of innovation for innovation's sake - let's not praise experimental movie-making when the innovation's advantages cannot hope to outweigh what was given up to achieve it (in this case, immersion, and realism in acting). It became clear to me that no further event in the film could possibly transform my attitude towards it, which is why I concluded I should not waste further time with it.


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Vincent Macaigne
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Vincent Macaigne, Maud Wyler, Bastien Bouillon, Audrey Bastien
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Maud Wyler
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Bastien Bouillon
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Bastien Bouillon, Vincent Macaigne, Audrey Bastien, Maud Wyler
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Vincent Macaigne
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Vincent Macaigne and Maud Wyler
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Bastien Bouillon
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Vincent Macaigne and Maud Wyler
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2 Autumns, 3 Winters - Official US artwork