Lily is a nineteen-year-old art student who falls in love with a man at first sight and runs off with him on a dangerous escape that leads them through Spain, Morocco, and Greece. Benoit Jacquot, who produced < The School of Flesh>, take the adventure based on the real story of a girl and tell it with a certain sophisticated air through a rough monotonous screen set in the exotic atmosphere of southern Europe.
Born 1947 in Paris. At the age of 18, he started work as assistant director to Marguerite Duras and Jacques Rivette. Following his feature debut with < The Musician Killer> in 1975, he directed TV pieces and films including < A Single Girl>(1996), < Keep It Quiet>(1999), and < Adolphe>(2002). He was a judge at the Cannes Film Festival in 2005.