This is a sad story about an American Widow in Paris who meets and develops a relationship with a young french dance teacher.
It is easy to assume at the start of the movie that it's going to be a love story between Mr. Morgan and Pauline. However, as the story unfolds, it doesn't seem to be the case. He actually misses his wife and his life is empty without her. Pauline is just a reminder.
I cried 3/4 of the time. S held my hand, wiped my tears and then started laughing. He doesn't know that I felt so sad because I know time will come that we will grow old and eventually our health will fail us. I can imagine us going through it together. But for the life of me, I don't think I can survive without him. Most likely, I'll end up as Mr. Morgan.
This is the reason why I feel so much about death. It seems inevitable. It's just a question of when and who goes first.
This is a story about the one who gets left behind.
The movie didn't have any breakthrough cinematography. But what it lacked in special effects, it made up for it though smart dialogues and brilliant acting. Michael Cane did most of his acting though his eyes. It was so powerful.
To the idiot who classified this movie as Drama/Comedy, I hate you! My eyes are swollen thanks to you!