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Tomorrow We Move (2004)

Cast: Sylvie Testud, Sylvie Testud, Aurore Clément, more...
Director: Chantal Akerman, Chantal Akerman
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Studio: Kino
Genre: Comedies, Foreign, France
Running Time: 110 min.
Languages: French
Subtitles: English
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Synopsis
Director Chantal Akerman helmed this offbeat comedy about a mother and daughter who find themselves living together again for the first time in many years. Still reeling emotionally from the recent death of her husband, Catherine (Aurore Clément) has chosen to leave her old home and move in with her grown daughter, Charlotte (Sylvie Testud). While Charlotte is sympathetic, she's something less than enthusiastic; her mother's mood swings and the clutter of her collected belongings are cramping her home and her style, and when Catherine decides to revive her career as a piano teacher, the constant parade of youngsters bludgeoning the keyboard makes it all but impossible for Charlotte to complete her latest writing project. Catherine and Charlotte decide to look for more spacious living quarters, while Charlotte is also in search of her own office space. As a steady stream of prospective tenants check out their home, Charlotte makes friends with a pregnant woman looking for a new flat (Natacha Régnier), while her search for a space of her own brings Charlotte a relationship with a like-minded realtor (Jean-Pierre Marielle) and an unlikely collaborator in Michelle (Elsa Zylberstein), a poet who enjoys tinkering with Charlotte's prose. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Subtly funny, but too disconnected by rlpvl September 17, 2005 - 7:58 PM PDT
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The comedy of the movie is largely physical, in how the daughter walks, the visitors move throughout the house, and the piano swings through the air (twice). But it's never funny enough to keep you entertained for 110 minutes. Edited down it would make a good short subject.




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