April 26, 2010

Summer Hours

Now that is a good movie - though perhaps not the best choice for those facing a loss in the family, or related stresses. But this film by Olivier Assayas is yet another example of the sad fact that if you want to watch a good movie about real people, sadly you'll probably be watching a movie made outside the US. If it's about anything it's how we give up, or don't, the past, and navigate both the big and little moments. Looks beautiful too, though given that it's told about decisions relating to a pretty home and an art collection, that's only fitting.

Posted by armand at April 26, 2010 09:09 PM | TrackBack | Posted to Movies

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