A couple lives in Paris with their daughter, who suffers from an incurable disease forcing her to live in an hermetic glass bubble. One day, a mysterious fog begins to spread in the Parisian streets, killing everyone that gets caught in it. The parents find shelter on the roof above the mist, but the daughter is still in her bubble in the now fog-filled flat. Her parents must now cope with the lack of food, power and information, but also find a way to get her out, since the bubble won't hold eternally.
When Mathieus' air hose is burnt through, they don't consider trying to fix it (considering that they are in a science lab) or even breathing from the hose. They also don't think to take the bottle so they have a spare. And, they don't consider if the suits in the lab (several of which are available) might fit them, particularly Anna, who is not much larger than Sarah. See more »
If you're reading this mid Covid crisis, watch this. It's almost as if the writers knew what was about to happen two years later (2020). I don't want to say anything more to avoid spoilers. But very well made and acted. Tough to watch if you're sensitive.
(Caught it on Amazon Prime BTW, and just thought I would give it a whirl. Glad I did.)
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