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Brownian Movement
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BROWNIAN MOVEMENT

Directed by Nanouk Leopold
Netherlands, Germany, 2010
Drama

Synopsis

Charlotte and Max live in Brussels with their son. The couple hits a crisis when Max finds out that Charlotte has been having short but intense affairs with her patients. Charlotte goes into therapy and has to give up her job as a doctor, and the pair tries to start their lives over together.

Synopsis

Charlotte and Max live in Brussels with their son. The couple hits a crisis when Max finds out that Charlotte has been having short but intense affairs with her patients. Charlotte goes into therapy and has to give up her job as a doctor, and the pair tries to start their lives over together.

Our take

As a woman with desire to spare and opaque motivations, Sandra Hüller is the stunning center of this erotically charged, quietly daring drama. In a tripartite structure of surgical precision, Nanouk Leopold’s rigorous and provocative fourth feature lays the fact of female sexuality brazenly bare.