Michèle: I'm very sorry for all you've been through.Rebecca: Fortunately, I have faith. What's it forif not to get through tough times.
did at The Film Experience and I underline everything he says about it. Click that link and read.
I did not have anything near enough time to review the also-out-this-week OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN (which I saw at Sundance) but go see it, see it, SEE IT! Virginie Efira is a MARVEL, truly one of our best working today. An unforgettable heartbreaker, this one @musicboxfilms pic.twitter.com/LGajocQHk8— Jason Adams (@JAMNPP) April 21, 2023
And then there's Revoir Paris from director Alice Winocour, which I saw at my beloved annual "Rendez-vous with French Cinema" series here in NYC at Film at Lincoln Center back in March -- Efira is once again phenomenal, this time as a woman who survives a mass shooting and falls apart as she can't remember what happened in the aftermath. It's a perfect companion piece to Winocour's film Disorder with Matthias Schoenaerts (reviewed here); they'd make a great double-feature actually, both being about people manifesting their reactions to trauma in experiential, outward ways.