Doctors and Brothers, oh and they both fall in love with the same woman. What could possibly go wrong? Everything becomes hectic as these two men pursue her. She's charming of course, but will she choose one brother over another? Watch this suspenseful movie for love, romance, and a little chaos. As soon as you think you know what her decision will be, there's an unexpected twist right at the end.
Although the movie was very well made with intriguing dialogue and effective cinematography, the overall plot was a tad underwhelming for my taste. I had trouble getting enticed by the cinematic experience because I found it difficult to identify with or relate to the characters.
The French excel at this sort of film. It's not lacking anything in terms of film-making, but it is not going to knock your cinematic socks off, either. Axelle Ropert depicts the interactions between the main characters as they would happen in real life--there is what I'll call 'slack' in the dialogue and the story arc (false starts, long pauses, and a lot of phone calls). The overall tone is gentle and sedate.
The acting, cinematography and dialogue was wonderful. The mediocre thing was the story. It left me asking too many questions. Maybe I don't understand love that well, but from my experience, it was nothing like this. I would at least have enough self-respect to move on.