“A nuanced, yet spectacular look at how what seems mundane never actually is.”
—Globe and Mail
“THE PASSENGERS OF THE NIGHT further proves the old adage about the journey mattering more than the destination.”
Paris, 1981. As the air of change sweeps through the city streets on election night, Elisabeth (Charlotte Gainsbourg) finds herself stagnant as a single mother to two children — that is until she decides to take in a third, Tallulah, a free-spirited street kid whose presence reawakens her zest for life. From Mikhaël Hers comes a breezy invitation “to slow down” and take in “life before it passes by” (IFC).