Anna misses the flight she should have taken to find Greg in Barcelona. The plane crashes. Taken in the vertigo of a death that has been narrowly avoided, she moves away from reality and the present. As his couple breaks up, Paris becomes the mirror of his distress.Written by
After the end credits, there's a text that reads: "This movie wouldn't exist without the determination and patience of the people whose names you've just read. It wouldn't have been finished without the support of the following names. Thanks to everybody." More names are credited on screen while a final sequence with the main character is shown. See more »
Beyond the "ordinary"
The script is strong. The "pain" of being human in a world that one cannot change the circumstances, being your "self"in a relationship. You can find simple but strong moments about life. The character questions her self being feom childhood. A film about rethinking about the life. I also think that its also a strong film in visual ways and sound.
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