FRANTZ, the latest film from beloved French director François Ozon, is a richly imagined, hypnotic tale of love and remembrance in the wake of the First World War.
In what critics are calling “Ozon’s best film in years”, Frantz explores the strange bond that forms between a grieving German widow and the mysterious Frenchman she meets at her fiancé’s grave.
Featuring a stunning lead performance from Paula Beer, this sumptuous period drama has drawn comparisons to Christian Petzold’s Phoenix, and heralds a powerful new work from a master craftsman.
NEW YORK TIMES CRITICS PICK "Lyrically seductive.”
"Richly imagined and superbly assembled." THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“Extraordinary to behold” THE NEW YORKER
"François Ozon's best film in years." INDIEWIRE
"Intellectually stimulating and emotionally satisfying." SCREEN DAILY
French, German language with English subtitles.