Loving Pia Trailer

Loving Pia Trailer (2017)

31 December 2017 Drama, Romance 99 mins

A work of fiction, the film is developed from the life of – and starring – a real woman, Pia, who is intellectually disabled. Pia is 60 years old and she lives in rural Denmark in the care of her mother Guittou, 84. In the story, Guittou is getting old, and Pia worries about what will happen when her mother dies. She is afraid of being left alone. Although Pia has never had a boyfriend, she thinks that she needs to find a man to love in order to survive. Then Pia meets a man called Jens at the harbour. Pia embarks on a quiet and simple relationship with him, not realising that in the meantime it is her mother who is left alone.

Watch the official Loving Pia 2017 trailer in HD below.

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Cast

Céline Skovgaard

as Pia's Mother

Jens Jensen

as The Man

International Titles

Across the Fields Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 10 February 2017

Denmark 31 December 2017

Production Companies

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