2 Nights Till Morning for French audiences
Finnish film 2 Nights Till Morning has received praise from critics in France, and is now available for the eyes of the general public.
The film’s debut in France was celebrated last week. It has now opened on 53 screens worldwide, and has been sold to 11 countries altogether.
2 Nights Till Morning is written and directed by Mikko Kuparinen. The film has received multiple accolades, including the Best Director award at Montreal Film Festival, where it also enjoyed its international debut.
2 Nights Till Morning tells the story of two people, played by Marie Josée Croze and Mikko Nousiainen, who are drawn to one another in spite of not sharing a common language. The film premiered in Finnish cinemas last spring.