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This portrait of a gradual break-up is grinding yet human. The director arouses great sympathy in us for mum, dad and the twin girls, and the actors play their parts so perfectly such that you resist siding with one against the other. You feel for both man and woman, and wring your hands at the impending, slow demise of their relationship, and the inevitable impact it will have on their delightful girls. One of the realest and least Hollywood movies I've seen in fair while.
Mummy and Daddy hate each other.
Felt very real. The happy moments and the sadness. Even amicable break ups have these moments.
Um bom filme que, depois de A Separação e O Passado, parece um pouco redundante. Ao menos, fiquei até o final, o que não aconteceu com Juste la fin du monde. Por mais exasperante que seja a rotina deste casal, aquela família do filme do Dolan é insuportável. :)
Difficult and honest look to an end of a relationship. It is hard going but with enough ups and down to be rewarding.
Beautifully shot with two actors in perfect unison, a hard look at a relationship gone wrong who uses more humanity and realism than cheap movie tricks. L'Economie du Couple (or After Love) is an intense claustrophobic confrontation between two characters full of uncertainty, flaws and wrongs and rights. This is not about Love but about Life, with all its awfulness.
-After Love (French: L'Économie du couple) is a 2016 French-Belgian drama film directed by Joachim Lafosse. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Bérénice Bejo as Marie
Cédric Kahn as Boris
Marthe Keller as Christine
-After a relationship of ten years and the birth of twins Thierry and Marie decide to separate. Thierry does not have sufficient financial resources to move and Marie would the apartment which they bought together and by Thierry was fully renovated, do not sell. That is why they need to take the difficult decision after the separation under the same roof to continue to live.