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Film Review - Le Week-End

LE WEEK-END Jim Broadbent

“Le Week-End” is no dewy romance about the reawakening of feeling shared between a couple who’s been married for decades. Director Roger Michell and screenwriter Hanif Kureishi have little interest in soft-pedaling contentious interactions between the main characters, electing irony as the twosome embarks on a soul-cleansing journey of bitter communication in the most romantic city on Earth. Consistently surprising and bravely raw, “Le Week-End” cuts right to the bone, and does so in such an intimate manner, it feels splendidly authentic, permitting access to the deepest, darkest desires of the duo as they battle to express themselves and define their marriage. Read the rest at


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