François Ozon / FR, 2021 / 113 min.
A film about dying that paradoxically emphasis the love of live is how director François Ozon describes this work. His subdued euthanasia come family drama also isn’t afraid of humour, even if it can sometimes be pretty wry.
When terminally ill father André hears that a Swiss euthanasia clinic demands 10,000 euros to professionally supervise your suicide, he wonders how poorer people are supposed to find that kind of money. ‘They just wait until they die’ remarks his daughter Emmanuèle.
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