After returning from a business trip in Finland, Bruno (Bruno Ganz) find that his wife Marianne (Edith Clever) wants her husband to leave her alone with their son. A struggle with loneliness and adapting to the new situation ensues.
A provocative erotic drama, stylishly rendered by Andre Techine, who won the Best Director award at the Cannes Film Festival for this compelling investigation into the intersection of sexual and artistic passion.
A beautiful summer day. A garden. A terrace. A woman and a man sit at a table beneath the trees, with a soft summer wind. In the distance, in the vast plain, the silhouette of Paris. A ... See full summary »
Didier Goldschmidt's portrayal of Handke's book didn't disappoint me at all.
Niels Arestrup, on top form as usual, plays Gregor, a man suffering from impatence. His previous films, such as the genius that is, Bluebeard, Bluebeard (1987), have always exited me. Anne Wiazemsky provides great support in this underrated gem.
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