The divergent paths of three forty-something siblings collide when their mother, heiress to her uncle’s exceptional 19th century art collection dies.
Adrienne, a successful New York designer, Frédéric, a university professor in Paris and Jérémie, a dynamic businessman expanding into China, are left to confront the end of childhood, their shared memories and separate visions of the future.
"Lots of films are called haunting, Summer Hours truly is." (Rolling Stone)
"Sometimes a small homely object - a teapot, a writing desk, a sketchbook, a movie about such things - turns out to be a masterpiece." (The New York Times)