Romy Schneider was one of the true heroines of twentieth century European cinema. Managing to parlay her child stardom into roles for a who’s who of auteur directors, including Orson Welles, Luchino Visconti, Claude Chabrol and Otto Preminger, she also created enough scandal in her personal life to keep the tabloid presses rolling indefinitely.
With brilliant period atmosphere, '3 Days in Quiberon' recounts a moment before Schneider’s untimely death as she attempts to dry out at a spa, while conducting an intimate interview and photo shoot. Keen not to let her guard down and reveal all that has scarred her, she slowly reveals herself to the interviewer and the audience, ultimately creating a human and honest portrait of a complex and troubled star.
★★★★ "Brilliant" - Wendy Ide, The Observer