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Gregoire Canvel has everythng a man can want. A wife he loves, three delightful children and a stimulating job as a film producer. Yet his prestigious production company is on it's last legs. Too many productions, too many risks and too many debts. Even when storm clouds begin to gather Gregoire ploughs on at all costs. However his life will drastically change when he's forced to face the reality of his situation.
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French drama is a quietly effective character study, that shows a whole other side to director-writer Mia Hansen-Løve. While in the past the actress-turned-filmmaker has shown more of a knack for the contemporary in her style, here she adopts a more retro aesthetic that recalls French filmmakers like Alain Resnais. Perhaps this is due to her story focusing on a woman that's much older than her, but her script seems to understand its subject far more than her previous work, and she's found the perfect actress in the irreplaceable Isabelle Hubert. Just like in this year's Elle, Huppert carries virtually every scene of the film, and it proves to be a more liberating inverse performance for her that tops off a banner year for the veteran actress. Also featuring exemplary editing, gorgeous cinematography, and intelligent use of music that's only implemented when necessary (using English-language songs no less), and you have Hansen-Løve's strongest film yet, as well as her most reassuringly subdued.
It's a touching drama, that's so poignant it stays with you long after the credits roll. The writer/director Mia Hansen-Love delivers a stunning film, which is loosely based on a real story examining the central aspect of family love. Without spoiling the story, it's heartbreaking stuff and a unique cinematic experience. It's French drama at it's best and one you should not miss. Hopefully there's more to come from this very talented director.
This is a sad story, extremely well acted and IMHO one that gains the empathy of it's audience. Excvellent film.
I would definitely recommend it.