Café de Flore

Love is patient, love is kind . is it? Or does it overwhelm with painful urgency, and rather than being blind, blind those who it captures? There are films where love is tender and romantic, like Titanic, or embarrassing and joyful, like When Harry Met Sally. Jean-Marc Vallée’s Café de Flore is neither. With the intensity of a thriller and the emotion of a tragedy, his film gives love fingernails that sink into its characters and its audience and don’t let go until someone finds the strength to pull them out....
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