Writer/director Marion Hill's debut feature, "Ma Belle, My Beauty" is "an absolutely enchanting pleasure that pulls us whole-bodied into its sway." (RogerEbert.com)
Lane, Bertie and Fred once shared a polyamorous relationship in New Orleans. They had a balance that worked—until it didn't, and Lane vanished from their lives. Two years later, Bertie and Fred have gotten married and are living at Fred's family home in the countryside of southern France.
But when Lane unexpectedly shows up in Bertie's seemingly idyllic new life, she finds her former lover disillusioned in her jazz career, still grieving the loss of her mother, and clearly alienated in this small, white, European town. Lane attempts to recreate their old, carefree dynamic, but It seems time hasn't healed all wounds—and when Lane meets Noa, a young artist and former soldier, dormant jealousies threaten to reignite.