Co-stars: Charlie Cox, James D’Arcy, Gael García Bernal, Natalia Verbeke
Awards: Won the Journal du Dimanche Audience Award at the 2003 Deauville Film Festival
Synopsis: A woman who, on the eve of her wedding, finds herself torn between the safety of her fiance and the excitement of a new love. Dot the I is a love triangle, a dark comedy with a twist. The story centres on three characters: Carmen, a fiery Spanish girl about to get married; Barnaby, her posh fiancé with dark ambitions; and Kit, a struggling actor who tears up their relationship. Carmen meets Kit on her hen night – in a kiss arranged by the maitre d’ at the restaurant, according to a French tradition. It’s a very good kiss. Too good. It’s chemical, passionate, and very dangerous. So she runs. Torn between her safe, secure fiancé and the chance at gut-wrenching passionate love, Carmen is in a state of indecision. She avoids her heart, and goes with her head – and marries Barnaby. Until she realises she’s made a terrible mistake and runs from her wedding bed to Kit. As the situation intensifies, Carmen embarks on a journey in which she’ll be forced to learn that things are never quite what they seem. This twisted tale toys with illusion and reality, passion and artifice.