The main character is a bookkeeper, 40, who lives a quiet, uninteresting life with her husband and son of school age. She realizes that soon she won't be needed much at home as the boy grows up and the relationship with her husband crumbles. It's only when an embezzlement is discovered at the office and she stands up to her management, that she realizes life has more to offer. She meets a well-off former classmate, married to an American. Then she meets Jacek and starts contemplating possibilities of a new start. She discovers love for the first time, but turns to old ways rather than to break loose.
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Raa S (ru) wrote: Interesting documentary - fascinating look inside the mind of Goebbels...
Orlok W (ru) wrote: Nice acting and direction, but lacking in some important areas--Gloomy hocus-pocus!!
Te R (jp) wrote: Absolutely lost all care for this movie after first thirty minutes
Andres G (es) wrote: Interesting comedy from Zoe Kazan which will catch your attention.The cast is well chosen with a main character cat to the size of Dano. A good movie but nothing very special.
MEC r (br) wrote: I didn't care for this film.
Danny R (mx) wrote: An absolutely brilliant film by the Louis Malle, this production is pure class and never lets up: it concerns a small group of losers and fools in Atlantic City; in the early 1980s where the glory days are gone and the old hotel casinos are being torn down to make way for the new mega hotel casinos, each one of them is pursuing their own fantasies and facing the hash dangers of the ruthless world. The late great Burt Lancaster delivers a tour-de-force performance that earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor; he plays Lou, an aging small-time mob numbers runner who dreams of being a big-time mobster; Sally, played by wonderfully by Susan Sarandon in an Oscar nominated turn is Lou's next door neighbor who works in a casino salad bar while she trains to be a casino croupie, her dream is to work in a casino in France. Her worthless husband Dave, played superbly by Robert Joy who ran away with Sally's younger sister Chrissie has now stolen a large amount of cocaine from some very dangerous modsters in Philadelphia