The Last Days of Chez Nous (1991)
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Critic Reviews for The Last Days of Chez Nous
This fluent, hopeful comedy (and it is a comedy, for all the encroachments of sadness) charts every shift in the emotional climate.
It's a low-key affair, whose refusal to spell out its points too loudly is commendable but also a little unsatisfying -- too many details never quite come into focus.
I like movies like this because I get to meet people whom it would be entertaining to know -- at a certain distance.
Scripted by Australian writer Helen Garner, Chez Nous purrs with fine-tuned emotional detail. Original writing, dead-on acting and arresting images combine to create a seamless intelligence.
Shows how our most cherished relationships can wither and die from neglect, misunderstandings and a thousand little betrayals
Audience Reviews for The Last Days of Chez Nous
Very odd film that is surprisingly effective. The Australians have been producing high quality works for the last couple of decades now.
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