Everything Went Fine
Cert: 15 Year: 2021 Length: 113 mins Language: French/German
Francois Ozon's French comedy drama handles the serious subject of euthanasia and assisted dying with a delicate lack of sentimentality. Based on Emmanuelle Bernheim's autobiographical novel of the same name, the film starts Sophie Marceau as Emmanuelle, whose successful, well-connected father suffers a sudden debilitating stroke. His request to her to help him end his life is the pivot for the film to explore the irony of such a request, as we learn more about Emmanuelle's childhood and family life.
Thanks to Curzon Films
The performances from Dussollier and Marceau are quietly outstanding.
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