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What an amazing film. I need to watch it again. A real jaw-dropping moment towards the end that I didn't see coming. Brilliantly acted too.
Filme forte ,denso.A angustia da protagonista, quase sem palavras,nos deixa perturbado. Comovente!
The acting is fine but there is something contrived and self-conscious about this examination of guilt and loss. It wants to be Eric Rohmer but it's far too manipulative of the audience to succeed. A shame.
A unbelievable performances from Kristin scott Thomas, pushes this slow paced drama into a class of its own. Gripping and deppressing.
Very moving and emotionally touching film. Brilliant performances from all involved. While slow at times i just chalked that up to the french style of filming i have grown used to. Not much actually happens yet so much occurs. Withholding information for suspense was a brilliant way to keep you interested in these characters pasts and how its shaping their futures.
Beautiful and hard to watch- of course Thomas was brilliant, but the actress who played her sister was a huge piece of this films' success.
Thomas gives a rich performance in this emotionally dense and complex narrative that takes its time to unfold... quietly, but powerfully.
Sturdy emotional drama is well-acted, particularly by the two female leads.
Powerful film about a mother's pain, reconnecting with society and family after being away for 15 years. Stellar performance from Kristin Scott Thomas, as usual.
Kristin Scott Thomas rarely disappoints,and this may be her finest film. She plays a multi-layered character beautifully in a subtle performance. The story is well written and revealed at the right pace. Such a great movie!