Director: Alastair Clayton
Millefeuille (or A Thousand Leaves) tells the story of Élodie, a French woman living a solitary and lonesome existence. Struggling with the effects of psoriasis and worsening psoriatic arthritis, Élodie one day meets Holly – the girl next door who, full of life and ambition, changes everything. Millefeuille is a story of triumph over adversity, hope and social acceptance.
Starring Anne Parillaud (Élodie), winner of a Best Actress Cesar for her performance in La Femme Nikita, and British actress Rosie Day (Holly), one of Screen International’s ‘Stars of Tomorrow’ and the lead opposite Sarah Jessica Parker in new feature film All Roads Lead to Rome, Millefeuille is the culmination of Celgene’s extended research in psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis and was created in an effort to highlight the complex physical, social and psychological challenges faced by people living with the conditions.
Millefeuille was developed and supported by Celgene