i'm so sad. i'm starting to like my stepfather and we've been having FAM TIME pretty often lately. we were chilling at his place and he was like "let's watch this great movie, one of my favs" and i was like YA SURE! then he put this on and smiled through the whole thing like "nice. i'm showing them a masterpiece." +
If you're secretly a slut, this film resonates like a chime. Diane Lane embodies abandon with accuracy. There's something so truthful about the train ride where her regret transforms to exhilaration. A power in a choice she unlocks. Transgression! Poor Olivier, he's always ready to provide for her. In a bathroom stall, against a bannister, doesn't matter. Lyne ends up making a predictable piece about foolishness.