Two couples (played by Andrew Scott, Cillian Murphy, Eva Birthistle and Catherine Walker) appear to live in marital bliss until cracks begin to appear in both seemingly steady marriages. ...
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Based on the extraordinary true story of Operation Anthropoid, the WWII mission to assassinate SS General Reinhard Heydrich, the main architect behind the Final Solution and the Reich's third in command after Hitler and Himmler.
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Two couples (played by Andrew Scott, Cillian Murphy, Eva Birthistle and Catherine Walker) appear to live in marital bliss until cracks begin to appear in both seemingly steady marriages. The film asks the question 'How well do any of us really know each other' and explores the ideas of love, lust, and family relationships.
This is the third time Catherine Walker has worked with Mark O'Rowe. She appeared in his 2014 short film "Debris" and as the titular role in his translation of Henrik Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler" which opened in the Abbey Theatre, Dublin in 2015. See more »
Intense drama about perspective in the faithfulness of marriage
This intense drama has several themes. Is love always conditional? How well do we ever really know another person? It creates the background drama to these questions and tension in the portrayal but the middle class aspect to the narrative is a distraction and adds nothing to the central questions it attempts to answer. When infedility occurs it feels like it has no foundation, just purely passion and misery - there are no mechanics that judge either side.
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