"Sometimes I hate you for what you did to me. I rejoice every hour that passes without a thought of you. I have friends, lovers, children, and a job I enjoy that I'm good at. Yet, I'm tied to you. I don't know why. Perhaps I'm a masochist, or else I'm just a one-man-woman."
This deconstruction of a marriage feels clinical. What is indeed an extremely personal & emotional connection between two is here disconnected from the spectator particularly when narrative & context have been omitted. Emotional swings & changes of heart take place without clues, their secrets zealously guarded down in the couple's souls. It is easy to feel emotionally detached, like feeling in the wrong place.
I don't know if this film makes me want to never ever get married, or if it actually makes me want to marry just so I get to have awesome fights, filled with witty verbal abuse and the sharp passive-aggressive punches that can only occur after years of love/hate cohabitation.