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A young mother drifts from one motel to the next with her intoxicating boyfriend and her 8-year-old son. The makeshift family scrapes by, living one hustle at a time, until the discovery of... See full summary »
Vladimir de Fontenay
Callum Keith Rennie
A woman sets out to reclaim her life in this stirring, emotionally rich look at what it means to start over. Tara (Arterton), a housewife and mother in suburban London, is living a life that is no longer hers: it belongs to her loving but overworked and self-absorbed husband (Cooper), her young son and daughter and the numbing routine of housework and childcare. In desperate need of a change, Tara one day makes a bold decision. Armed with a one-way ticket to Paris, she leaves everything behind to rediscover herself in a new city - but walking out on your life isn't so simple.Written by
The movie is SO SLOW and boring. There are no sympathetic characters. I would have walked out but my wife wanted to see it. There wasn't even any gratuitous nudity to hold my interest. I've liked Gemma Arterton in the past in movies like Tamara Drew, but she was wasted in this movie. Don't waste your time.
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