Things to Come

Cast: Isabelle Huppert, Roman Kolinka, Edith Scob

French with English subtitles

It’s never too late to change.

Rated M (Mature themes and coarse language)

Director MIA HANSEN-LØVE

UWA Somerville

ECU Joondalup Pines

Tickets $13.50–$18

  • Drama

Awards & Reviews

‘A warm, thoughtful, surprising drama.’

Winner, Best Director (Mia Hansen-Løve) – Berlin Film Festival

Winner, Best Actress (Isabelle Huppert) – New York Film Critics Circle

Winner, Best Actress (Isabelle Huppert) – Los Angeles Film Critics Circle

Winner, Best Actress of the Year (Isabelle Huppert) – London Critics' Circle Award

About

It’s never too late to change.

A rich drama about starting over, this film showcases arguably the world’s greatest actor, Isabelle Huppert. After years of tending to her pompous husband and frail mother, university professor Nathalie finds herself single and independent in middle age. She accompanies her young student Fabien to an Alpine retreat, seeing in him a freedom and openness that she is now able to pursue for herself. This inspiring film is directed with great feeling by Mia Hansen-Løve (Father of My Children) winner of Best Director at the 2016 Berlin Film Festival.

 

Dates, Times & Access

UWA Somerville

102mins
Fully surtitled
Wheelchair access
 
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ECU Joondalup Pines

102mins
Fully surtitled
Wheelchair access
 
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Tickets

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Flexible 6- and 12-pack vouchers are not date-stamped and may be used for entry on any one night to any film at either venue throughout both seasons. Ticket redemption at the gate is no longer required. Entry is subject to venue capacity. Venues include entry by general admission. Saving seats for friends does not guarantee them entry unless they hold a valid ticket for that evening’s screening. Single tickets purchased over the phone or online will incur a booking fee.

Cast & Crew

Mia Hansen-Løve

Writer-director

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