Suzanne (Kristin Scott Thomas) is a well-to-do married woman and mother in the south of France. Her idle bourgeois lifestyle gets her down and she decides to go back to work as a physiotherapist. Her husband agrees to fix-up a consulting room for her in their backyard. When Suzanne and the man (Sergi López) hired to do the building meet, the mutual attraction is sudden and violent. Suzanne decides to give up everything and live this all-engulfing passion to the fullest. —tiff.net
Catherine Corsini (born 18 May 1956) is a French film director and screenwriter. She has directed 15 films since 1982. Her film LA REPETITION was entered into the 2001 Cannes Film Festival. Her latest film THREE WORLDS competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. —festivalscope
Not sure I believed the "love" in this had much to do with love, or that any thing "deep" that really would be worth all of this could come out of this brief contact between strangers from such different backgrounds... Kristin Scott Thomas suffers beautifully, as always, but this one didn't move me... The bit of surprise/mystery in the plot makes it watchable.
October 1. This can only mean, for movie-lovers at least, that the Halloween season has officially begun. Not Coming to a Theater Near You
We've already got entries going on the two most interesting films opening today, Jacques Rivette's Around a Small Mountain (here) and