Jonathan leaves the office everyday at noon. When he gets home, he goes to sleep. Every morning he wakes up and there is a breakfast prepared for him along with a video telling him about the second part of his day.
One year after the untimely death of her husband, a young woman receives a phone call that pulls her back to Brussels and the life there that she's tried to forget. She is forced to finally confront her grief but is swept up in unraveling the mysteries surrounding her husband's last days alive.
This film tells the story of an American photographer, whose Belgian husband kills himself with a gun. She struggles to find out why he kills himself.
The story could have been interesting, but the pace is super super slow. It moves so slowly that even potentially adrenaline filled scenes become boring. The storytelling doesn't make you want to find out what is happening, and doesn't captivate the viewers. It is a pity, because it has good production, but the story isn't told well.
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