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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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Jonas et Lila, à demain
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Jonas et Lila, à demain takes place during the first six months of the year 2000. But instead of talking about the future, this tale is in fact the sequel to Jonas qui aura vingt-cinq ans en l'an 2000 (Jonah Who Will Be 25 in the Year 2000), directed by Tanner in 1975. In fact Jonas has just turned 25, has finished his film studies and has married a young Afican girl called Lila. It's not a story in the traditional sense of hte word: the tale is broken down into some 60 scenes which gradually shape the leading characters through their relationship with each other and with different people. All of them, weakened by an uncertain world, weave a tapestry of events that could be described as "a short tale on times a-coming". 



Geneva, 1929. Since making his first feature film in 1969, Charles, mort ou vif (Charles, Dead of Alive), he has directed, among others, La salamandre (1971), Le milieu du monde (1974), Dans la ville blanche (In the White City, 1983), Une flamme dans mon coeur (Flame in My Heart, 1986), L'homme qui a perdu son ombre (The Man Who Lost His Shadow, 1991), El diario de Lady M. (The Diary of Lady M., 1992) and Requiem (1997). 

Alain Tanner
Alain Tanner, Bernard Comment
Denis Jutzeler
Monica Goux
Michel Wintsch
Jérôme Robart, Aïssa Maïga, Natalia Dontcheva, Jean-Pierre Gos
Running Time
110 m.
Switzerland - France - Germany
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