Four thirty-year-olds: Camille, Félix, Armel and Faustine. Three summer days in Brussels…The dreams, the choices, chance, adulthood.
“In Tokyo Anyway social and intimate relationships are defined by a milestone reached. It’s a film about people who are each facing a crossroads in their lives alone.
Old friends get together for the thirtieth birthday of one of them. They have built lives that seem to correspond to what they had hoped for. But events such as the death of a parent, the upcoming birth of a child or a changing career, highlight the choices they have made and awaken the fear of limiting possibilities and of having their lives set irremediably.”
|Format||DCP, Blu ray|
|Screenplay||Camille Meynard, Samuel Malhoure|
|Sound||Aurélien Lebourg, Morgan Souren|
|Sound editing||Hélène Lamy-Au-Rousseau|
|Color grading||Loup Brenta|
|Original Music||RIP Bonaparte, Ségolène Neyroud|
|Producers||Anton Iffland Stettner, Camille Meynard, Eva Kuperman|
|Belgium||FIFF - Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur|
|Belgium||BE Films Festival|
|Belgium||Brussels in Love|
|Hungary||Budapest French film festival|