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Directed by Philippe Garrel

France 2017 76 mins. In French

Crashing at her philosophy professor father’s apartment in the wake of a painful break-up, 23-year-old Jeanne discovers that he has a new girlfriend living with him, Ariane, who is the same age as her. As the trio tries to negotiate the shared space, jealousies flare. As the relationship between Ariane and Jeanne’s father begins to falter, the two women develop an affinity. Garrel again brings a poetic touch to his perennial themes of fidelity and sexual freedom, and of the difficulties men and women face in communicating their desires while exploring relationships without conventional boundaries. “Sensuously shot and philosophically potent . . . perhaps no modern filmmaker has captured romantic anguish as profoundly and movingly as Garrel.” —Film Comment. In French with English subtitles.

Filmography: In the Shadow of Women (2015), Regular Lovers (2005), Wild Innocence (2001), Night Wind (1999), The Phantom Heart (1996)

Reviews: New York Times, Slant Magazine, MUBI Notebook, Little White Lies, Screen Daily, Criterion Daily

Interviews: MUBI Notebook

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