Country: FRANCE, UNITED KINGDOM
Run Time: 93 minutes
Meg knew her 30th anniversary with Nick was going to be “an effing disaster.” And that’s just what it was. Of the best possible kind. The middle-class British couple decided to go on a Parisian aventure to rekindle the spark that had since been consumed by time and old age… and the global economic crisis. The result is an acid-tongued exploration of enduring love and everything that comes with it: joys, pitfalls, and mediocrities. Through a comical series of encounters involving the law, sexuality, and Jeff Goldblum, the two are able to realize just why they stuck together all these years. Boasting a jiving jazz soundtrack, Roger Michell’s LE WEEK-END is a dazzling Franco-British export with lovely turns from Jim Broadbent and Lindsey Duncan as Nick and Meg. As they romance and bumble their way through the Goddard-esque cafés and boulevards, they discover how damn difficult it is to love someone, especially after 30 years of marriage. —C.P.
Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 4:00 PM
Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 7:10 PM
United Airlines World Tour
Related Daily Postings
Coming Soon to a Cleveland Cinema Near You
Jim Broadbent, Lindsay Duncan, Jeff Goldblum, Olly Alexander, Judith Davis
Roger Michell, born 1956 in Pretoria, South Africa, is a British filmmaker. A Cambridge graduate with a robust career that spans everything from Beckett to Julia Roberts, he has received numerous awards and much acclaim.
"My Night with Reg" (1996), "Titanic Town" (1998), "Notting Hill" (1999), "Changing Lanes" (2002), "The Mother" (2003), "Enduring Love" (2004), "Venus" (2006), "Morning Glory" (2010), "Hyde Park on Hudson" (2012), LE WEEK-END (2013)
Music Box Films