Ločitev po francosko
The Divorce, ZDA, 117 min
Imdb ocena 4.9
Žanr: drama, romantični, komedija
Igrajo: Kate Hudson, Jean-Marie Lhomme, Naomi Watts, Esmée Buchet-Deàk
Režija: James Ivory
Avtorji: Diane Johnson (novela), Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (scenarij), James Ivory (scenarij)
Jezik: angleški, francoski
Slovenski opis filma:
Očarljiva komedija razkriva bogato kompleksnost francoske in ameriške kulture. V glavnih vlogah nastopata Kate Hudson in Naomi Watts. Američanka Isabel Walker v Parizu obišče nosečo sestro Roxy, ki jo je pravkar zapustil mož. Videti je, da ju čaka ločitev. Da bi pozabili na težave, sestri začneta zahajati med ljudi. Tako se kmalu spletejo nova poznanstva, ki jim sledijo večkulturne ljubezenske zgodbe, nasprotujoči si običaji in tudi škandali. Isabel se v iskanju same sebe zaplete s poročenim francoskim diplomatom.
Originalni opis filma:
The differences in legalities and cultural mores of French and Americans regarding sex, love, marriage, religion and family bonds are presented through the interactions of two families related by marriage. American Isabel Walker heads to Paris to visit her half-sister, poet Roxeanne de Persand, who is early in the pregnancy of her second child. Isabel arrives to find that Roxy's French husband, Charles-Henri de Persand, has just left Roxy, the sisters both eventually further learning that it is because he has fallen in love with another woman, who is herself married. Roxy and Charles-Henri deal with their break-up, which Roxy does not want but must face the legal consequences of, including determining the ownership of what may be a valuable French painting that has been casually in the Walker family for years, but which Roxy has had in her possession since she got married. Meanwhile, Isabel begins to explore all that France has to offer, which includes concurrently embarking on sexual relationships with two men, including one with Charles-Henri's older maternal uncle, the wealthy and well-appointed Edgar Cosset, who is himself already married and who is using the same play-book on her that he has on countless women before her. As groups and individuals within the two families disagree and argue about certain issues they are facing, it does not necessarily affect other issues and relationships between the two families based on their priorities and those cultural and legal standards.