Comedy • R • 2011 • 1 hr 20 min
Although it is a simple one-location film, it depicts an epic as much as Shakespeare's plays. It shows that modernity is just our mask.
It’s a funny story and amazing acting, brilliant!
Un huit clos extraordinaire où l'évolution des personnages est superbe !
2 couples get together to discuss an incident between their sons. Straight forward right? You'd think so... High end of the 3 stars here.
An emotional rollercoaster ride. Darkly funny, funnily dark, heavy and claustrophobic in a deeply compelling way. A stage show in film.
Thought this was brilliant, great acting
Im a sucker for character / dialogue centric film. They cost like $5 to make and theyre far more satisfying than the latest Marvel flick.
Absolutely good performances. Beautifully shot and written.
One room drama that shows the reality of society. Loved it.
Very funny comedy with quality acting. Adults arguing about children, acting like children.
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