Goodbye to All That

Otto Wall is just a little unlucky in life, and unbeknownst to him, in love. When his wife suddenly asks for a divorce, he bounces between a search for answers, desperate attempts to stay connected to his daughter, and his fateful reentry into the dating pool.


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  • ★★★½ review by Aaron King on Letterboxd

    A very funny but sad portrait of a newly separated man trying to understand what happened to him and where his life is going.

  • ★★★½ review by jamawive on Letterboxd

    Understated and sweet, with a kind, likeable, but rather hapless main character thrown for a loop by his divorce and trying to sort out his priorities. Much better than the Netflix description would suggest. Be sure to wait until a few seconds into the credits before hitting stop.

  • ★★★★ review by Corey Bussey on Letterboxd

    Charming, well written and acted. Somewhat generic at times but still some good moments.

  • ★★★½ review by James McNally on Letterboxd

    Nicely written, and a bit spot on for me at the moment. Nice performances from Lynskey (as always) and Schneider.

  • ★★★★ review by Whitney on Letterboxd

    I HATE this cover. I hate it SO MUCH. The faces, the nakedness, all that TEXT - SO MUCH TEXT!!!!! WHY? - and then the little PICTURES on the BOTTOM??? I HATE IT!! The movie was pretty good.

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