I don't know why, but movies like this one always get me right in the feels. I liked the use of narration, the acting, and cinematography. It might not be a groundbreaking film, but Olivier Jahan is sure in his direction and creates a beautiful story of grief in life and love. Very good, indeed.
'I love you unfailingly' Wonderful and endearing second feature from Olivier Jahan co-written by Diasteme. A young woman travels to the seaside to sell her recently deceased father's home accompanied by her ex-lover and struggles to come to terms with her grief and her past relationship. Wonderfully captured by leads Emma de Caunes and Yannick Renier but its Jeanne Rosa who really shines as their real estate agent.
Parecia un retrato de mi vida. Seguía indeciso mirando sólo por la ventana, quedarme quieto frente al ruido de la calle, al ruido de los pensamientos y la quietud de mis manos. Hay neblina al tomar decisiones y el nudo en la garganta paraliza las rodillas. Difícil situación decidir, quedar solo en el camino...
Mustering on this movie while reading Dostoevsky's Notes From Underground: There is one case when people intentionally desire something hurtful to themselves -something stupid, namely: in order to have the right to desire something even very stupid and not be bound by an obligation to desire only what's smart.