She's always sitting there with her husband. He's always getting up to take a meeting. The other man always comes and sits, the stranger, who always insists on his account of their past affair, and every time he does, it's more convincing.
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Trapped in the hotel of her husband's various business meetings, a woman finds herself adrift between lives when she is approached by a stranger with vivid memories of an affair with her that she can't remember. She's always sitting there with her husband. He's always getting up to take a meeting. The other man always comes and sits, the stranger, who always insists on his account of their past affair, and every time he does, it's more convincing.
Should Come With Complimentary Toothpicks for your Eyes.
It's a half hour later and I still can't figure out what I did for the previous hour and a half. I can find something meaningful in almost any film, at least something to take away from the experience. Not so with this film. The characters are one-dimensional and unlikable. The storyline is non-existent. Mind-boggling dialogue and scenes that consist mostly of people eating at a restaurant. I'm giving it one star and as I type this review I'm contemplating whether I'm being too generous in that regard.
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