Vincent and the End of the World

  • Christophe Van Rompaey
  • Belgium, France
  • 2016.
  • 121'
  • Vincent

Humorous drama about 17-year-old Vincent, a suicidal ecologist who drives his family crazy with his attempts to reduce their carbon footprint. He forces them into a vegetarian diet, refuses to use heating in the house and joins the most obscure activist groups. The family receives a visit from Vincent’s aunt Nikki, who is convinced that his obsessive behaviour is related to his overly concerned mother. Vincent tricks his aunt into taking him to France, and the duo embarks on a crazy journey during which they face a series of problems and get to know each other better. Vincent will come to realize that his giddy aunt is not as happy as it might seem, and Nikki will reveal that Vincent is quite a piece of work.

Subtitles: HR, EN

Christophe Van Rompaey

Born in 1970. He honed his directorial skills working on short films and comedy TV-series. His feature debut, Moscow, Belgium, won three awards at the Critics’ Week of the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, after which it continued to reap festival success and critics’ laudations.

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