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Back to Burgundy (2017)

Ce qui nous lie (original title)
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After a 10 year absence, Jean returns to his hometown when his father falls ill. Reuniting with his sister Juliette and his brother Jérémie, they have to re-build their relationship and trust as a family again.


Cédric Klapisch


Cédric Klapisch (screenplay), Santiago Amigorena (screenplay) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Pio Marmaï ... Jean
Ana Girardot ... Juliette
François Civil ... Jérémie
Jean-Marc Roulot Jean-Marc Roulot ... Marcel
María Valverde ... Alicia
Yamée Couture ... Océane
Jean-Marie Winling Jean-Marie Winling ... Anselme, le père d'Alicia
Florence Pernel ... Chantal, la mère d'Alicia
Éric Caravaca ... Le père
Tewfik Jallab ... Marouane
Karidja Touré ... Lina
Bruno Raffaelli Bruno Raffaelli ... Le notaire (as Bruno Raffaelli de la Comédie Française)
Eric Bougnon Eric Bougnon ... Gérard, le voisin
Marina Tomé Marina Tomé ... La clerc de notaire
Hervé Mahieux Hervé Mahieux ... Vincent, ouvrier agricole


Three siblings reunite at their home in picturesque Burgundy to save the family vineyard in this tender tale of a new generation finding its own unique blend from acclaimed director Cédric Klapisch (L'Auberge Espagnole). Jean (Pio Marmai), the black sheep of the family, unexpectedly returns home from a decade abroad to reconnect with his hospitalized father. He's welcomed by his strong-willed sister, Juliette (Ana Girardot), who took over the reins of the vineyard after their father fell ill, and Jeremie (Francois Civil), the youngest of the three who has recently married into one of the region's more prestigious wine families. Their father passes shortly after Jean's return, leaving them with the estate and a looming inheritance tax of half a million dollars. As four seasons and two harvests go by, Jean, Juliette, and Jeremie have to learn to reinvent their relationship and trust in each other as they work to preserve the land that ties them together. Written by Music Box Films

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Comedy | Drama


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French | English | Spanish

Release Date:

14 June 2017 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Retour en Bourgogne See more »


Box Office


€7,870,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$15,157, 25 March 2018, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$257,610, 21 June 2018

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$10,461,297, 17 June 2018
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Part of the 21° Edition of the French Film Tour of Mexican chain of movie theaters, Cinepolis. See more »


Ce qui nous lie est là
Lyrics by Camélia Jordana and Cédric Klapisch
Music by Loïk Dury and Christophe Minck
Performed by Camélia Jordana
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the family troubles of the winemakers
30 December 2017 | by dromascaSee all my reviews

People who love wine will have a lot of reasons to like Cédric Klapisch' film 'Ce qui nou lie' (the English title is 'Back to Burgundy'). The landscape of Burgundy beautifully filmed during all the seasons of the year is the setting of a story whose heroes are people who not only make a living from wine, but wine is all they know and want to do, a tradition that they inherited for many generations, on properties that pass from grandfather to father to son and daughters. It's beautifully filmed, with a lot of technical and craft details, described with respect and dedication. I love wine, so I liked very much this facet of the film. Yet, 'Ce qui nou lie' is more than this.

Director Cédric Klapisch demonstrated in previous movies like (especially) L'auberge espagnole or Chinese Puzzle that he knows and likes to build family and relationship melodramas, with credible characters that he makes us care about. This is what he also tries to do here, but in this case he seems to gather too many intrigues that do not fit that well one with the other: we have an over-the-years brothers reunion, a father-son relation that keeps being strained over the years and even after the death of the father, a land inheritance under pressure because of the decisions of the late father and taxes and economic pressure, generation conflicts and kids at the other side of the planet, etc. Some of these are better described, other are solved by sudden and less credible script writing tricks, my overall feeling was that none was that much important and you end asking yourself what was more important - the stories or the beautiful background and the style of life of the characters.

Fortunately, the film is helped by splendid acting. The roles of the three siblings are trusted to three actors I know less or not at all, Pio Marmaï, Ana Girardot, and François Civil and all three do a fine job. A few of the camera moves are really memorable (the departing silhouettes of the three brothers right after a flashback that showed them hugging together with their mother many years before, the bed scene with the elder brother and his girlfriend separated and brought together at the same time by their 5 years kid). Overall it's a satisfying film, with charming moments, a little too long, but there are more reasons than the love of wine to go and see it.

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