Directed by Samuel Benchetrit
A drama about several lonely inhabitants of the same council estate, adapted by Benchetrit from his novel.
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★★★★ review by Raul Marques on Letterboxd
Such a terrific oddball of a movie. It's certainly a stretch, but is not that far off, calling it a bittersweet melancholic Wild Tales, with an aspect ratio and cinematography reminiscent of Mommy, excepting a subtler color palette, and a comedic sensibility distinctly close to Roy Andersson's Living trilogy. Three amazingly fascinating tales having basically the longing for someone in common and only loosely connected with each other. It loses a little bit of steam by the last third of the picture, but nothing that sinks the whole endeavor. The scene where an American astronaut jokingly spoils a French soap-opera for the extremely invested old Algerian lady who has been hosting him it's the highlight for sure.
★★★★½ review by Myra Ladoux on Letterboxd
I laughed and cried at the same time. A beautiful movie for dreamers...
★★★★★ review by Rohit Kumar . on Letterboxd
Wow! Imagine how great this film is that Isabelle hupperte is its least interesting character. 3 individual stories and each one of them would be a masterpiece even if made as a separate film.
★★★★ review by Pablo González Sánchez on Letterboxd
¿Cómo podía gustarme el cine antes de que me sucediera Isabelle Huppert?
★★★★ review by Mari on Letterboxd
this broke my heart and healed it at the same time.
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