Madame Hofmann: Sébastien Lifshitz signs a powerful new documentary (trailer)

Madame Hofmann: Sébastien Lifshitz signs a powerful new documentary (trailer)

The director of Adolescents and Little Girl follows a nurse who is about to retire.

“Profoundly human and powerfully political, undoubtedly the most beautiful film of this 2023 edition of Angoulême”. This is how we described Mrs Hofmann by discovering it during the French festival last August (our review can be read here in full). With this new portrait of a woman, after the already remarkable Teenage girls And Little girl, Sébastien Lifshitz has once again amazed the public and the critics… of festivals.

With its cinema release approaching, Ad Vitam shares its trailer, already touching even though it lasts less than two minutes.

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“You should know that a nurse lasts seven years according to statistics. Seven years. I lasted forty years. It was better than the shell, it was hard!” As she retires, Mrs. Hofmann takes stock. And if she seems proud to have experienced so much during her career, she is also extremely worried about what she will leave to her young colleagues, with hospitals in France facing an unprecedented shortage of caregivers.

Mrs Hofmann will be released in theaters on April 10.

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