Yes 2004
The lovers are identified only as "He" and "She." "She" is married to Anthony (Sam Neill, The Piano), a politician who prides himself on his "control," and their marriage must be among the chilliest in the long history of chilly movie marriages; we barely see them together, and when we do, they are either silent or unflinchingly hostile. "He" was trained as a doctor in Beirut, but fled the political strife there and works as a chef, until he loses his job for getting in fights with nativist co-workers. She was born in Belfast, a point which she keeps repeating to establish her political bona fides, out of guilt for her own privileged status as a wealthy American, although she avoids her dying Irish aunt, who is a too-powerful reminder of her past and the political strife that she has escaped. Allen and Abkarian meet, sparks fly, sex is had, and then there are obstacles and cultural complications.

DVD9 | NTSC 16:9 | 01:39:47 | 7.20 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: Francais
Genre: Drama, Romance

Director: Sally Potter
Cast: Joan Allen, Simon Abkarian, Sam Neill
Country: UK, USA

• "Finding Scene 54" Featurette
• Behind-the-Scenes Photo Gallery
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