A literature professor at the University of Lausanne, Marc has a reputation for having love affairs with his female students. A few days after the disappearance of one of the most brillant ... See full summary »
Juliette was simply not sure about coming to live in this residential suburb of the greater Paris metropolitan area. All the women here are in their forties, have children to raise, houses ... See full summary »
A man and a woman, secretly in love, alone in a room. They desire each other, want each other, and even bite each other. In the afterglow, they share a few sweet nothings. At least the man ... See full summary »
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Ingvar Eggert Sigurðsson,
Or is it "live together"? This right here is a strange mix, about a couple that seems to have lost its touch to each other. It can be considered a comedy (as it is described here), but it also feels very much like a drama. It's hard to comprehend and there is not really much of a "movie" feel to it. The "relationship" feels real. If you didn't know any better, you'd think those two were actually an item. Like this wasn't a movie at all, but reality.
What I'm trying to say, the actors convey the superb story very convincing. That is why they are known people in France (and maybe to you too, if you watch french movies in general). Sometimes after the middle of the movie, it seems like it loses its focus, but that is not true at all, which you are reminded of, when the movie picks up its pace again and there is "meeting up" ... more like a clash. A look into the future of a possible outcome for married couples? A bleak or a happy one though? Or just a mediocre one ... you'll have to watch to find out ...
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