The premise is gloriously simple; after 15 years together, Marie (Bérénice Bejo, The Artist) and Boris (Cédric Kahn) are ending their marriage, but until they can resolve the division of their prize asset – the magazine-photo-worthy apartment they share with their young twin daughters – they're still living together.
The latest feature from acclaimed Belgian director Joachim Lafosse is about the ties that bind us after love has gone. And he wastes no time with exposition, instead throwing us right into the middle of Marie and Boris' relationship.
The filmmaker’s unwavering commitment to realism invariably evokes remarkable leading performances. But Bejo really stands out and lingers in the memory, with subtle, telling acting that holds your attention.