People can live pretty lonely in their own reality of living the live of others... That's the case of Gwen (so well performed by Mary Lousie Parker), a lady that keeps giving life advices to everyone but also criticise others. A more depressive and better filmed version of a melancholic Woody Allen film.
one of the most undermined movies of Berlinale 2017. It has a great NewYork edge and that talk of the town vibe of ordinariness. It gets intimate, but fails to live up to its premise along the way. Emily Browning as an outsider among these couples with their relationships and midlife crisis,reminded me of "Teorema",displacing that Milanese setting to NewYork and changing the type of bourgeois family.