There are those sombre moments, which is, I'm sure, why I was given a tissue box at the advance screening. I hope to see him in more roles, maybe even a lead one day.There were only a few editing aspects I didn't enjoy. The house Claflin's character lives in looks very nice. As for family friendliness, this movie is a G, it is good to go.The Sunday matinée screening where I saw this at was packed, to my surprise.I guess the word is out that basically any film starring Isabelle Huppert is almost certainly a must-see, and that certainly is the case here. The first hour of the movie plays out in Paris, and makes day-to-day life in Paris look fantastic: mostly sunny weather, people playing in the park, people enjoying a coffee on a sidewalk terrace, etc.(Having grown up in nearby Belgium, I can assure you that in reality the weather is rarely that nice...) The rests of the movie plays out at the family's summer house in Brittany, and also in the Rhone mountains.Here Huppert brings the Nathalie character with a vulnerability yet an equal amount of determination.
As it happens, Huppert released another film last year, "Elle", that won her even greater acclaim.He knows everything feels very small and rather joyless now and he knows exactly how he's going to put a stop to that. She ventures far from her intense power house character the Mother of Dragons from Game of Thrones.What Will doesn't know is that Lou is about to burst into his world in a riot of color. At times it was hard to tell if Emilia Clarke the actress is just extremely expressive with her face, or if it was something she was doing for the role which I suppose speaks to how well she did.Married with two children, she divides her time between her family, former students and her very possessive mother.