March 21, 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
$8.00 for AF members; $10.00 for Non-members


Tout ce qu'il me reste de la révolution

Saturday 21 March 2020 – 2pm

$8.00 for AF members; $10.00 for Non-members

In association with:



France | 2018


In French with English subtitles


Director: Judith Davis

Cast: Judith Davis, Malik Zidi, Claire Dumas


Angèle was 8 years old when the first McDonald’s opened in East Berlin. Since then, she has been fighting against the curse of her generation: to be born “too late”, at a time of global political depression. Coming from a family of activists, her sister chose the world of business and her mother abandoned overnight her political struggle to move alone to the countryside. Angèle is angry and strives as much to try to change the world as to escape romantic encounters.

Screening followed by a live Skype Q&A with director Judith Davis.

Groups of 8 or more (friends, family, company, school…) can benefit from the AF members price  by sending an email to rsvp@alliancefrancaise.org.sg

Vouchers are not accepted for festival screenings.
Please check date and screening before getting your tickets. Tickets are non refundable

Covid-19 advisory

Due to the new security measures implemented to access Alliance Française in consequence of the Covid-19 outbreak and in accordance with the MOE and CPE precautionary measures, please make sure to arrive in advance as every visitor’s temperature will be taken at the entrance.

Visitors experiencing fever or any flu symptoms, or having travelled to China, Iran, South Korea, Italy, France, Spain and Germany will not be granted access to Alliance Française.

Please also note that, following the MOH new announcements on 13th March, participants are advised to be seated in order to respect a distance of one seat between each spectator and to reduce contact with each other. Thus, ticket sales for our screenings are limited to 110 seats.  


Important notice: Alliance Française de Singapour will be temporarily closed from Friday 27 March to Friday 1 May included, in line with the Singapore government’s directive, and to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. More info here.