EUFF 2017: Luxembourg - Mammejong
Canadian Film Institute * Institut canadien du film

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European Union Film Festival - Ottawa
National Gallery of Canada
K1N 9N4 Ottawa
Jacques Molitor • Luxembourg • 2015 • 85 min
Luxembourgish with English subtitles
Somewhere in the wild landscapes of northern Luxembourg, oddball twenty-year-old Flepp lives in isolation with his reclusive mother, Sophie. They exist together in a strange symbiosis, isolated from conventional society and protective of their privacy. Everything changes, however, with the arrival of a mysterious ninteen-year-old runaway named Leena. Falling in love for the first time, Flepp begins to understand that if he wants to win Leena’s heart, he will have to sever the umbilical cord that is suffocating him. But is he ready to let go of his mother—and, equally important, is she ready to let go of him? Mammejong is a tautly constructed psychological drama.
Founded in 1984, the European Union Film Festival (EUFF) is an annual showcase of the best of contemporary cinema produced in the European Union. Over the span of nearly three weeks, the Canadian Film Institute brings Ottawa audiences a wide selection of award-winning films from the Festival circuit, never-before-seen in the capital city.
Experience the drama, comedy, tragedy, and passion of the moving image from across the Atlantic alongside film fans, academics, students, and local expatriate communities. Five-film Passports for CFI members, and special prices for members, seniors, and students are made available. This prestigious event is presented in collaboration with the European Union Member States and the Delegation of the European Union to Canada.
Join us at the National Gallery of Canada for our 2017 edition.
We thank our partners in this important cultural event: the European Union Delegation to Canada, the participating EU Member States, and the National Gallery of Canada.