There are times when you watch a film that you don’t find enjoyable but you know deep down that it is well made and all criticisms are totally linked to your own taste and are probably influenced by the mood you are in when watching it. 447 more words
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This review was originally written for Blueprint: Review.
Marie-Anne has something of a fractured home life. Her husband Ahmad, from whom she has been separated for four years, has returned from Iran to France at her behest to finalise their divorce papers, however his lack of reliability in the past left her with doubts of his arrival this time, so no hotel was booked and he is stuck sharing a room with Marie-Anne’s new boyfriend’s young son, whose mother remains in a coma. 724 more words
When a film wins an Oscar, it’s always interesting to see whether it still holds up years later. I’ve seen this film about five times now, so in my book – yes it does!