Netflix and elsewhere), 2 AUTUMNS, 3 WINTERS, the very unusual French film from Sébastien Betbeder. This movie is chock full of narration, beginning to end, as its characters face the camera in the midst of their activities to break the fourth wall and speak directly to us. What they tell us is smart, genuine, often deeply-felt and completely engaging.
Vincent Macaigne (shown two photos up, of A World Without Women: click and scroll down) and the woman, Amélie (Maud Wyler, above), who first meet while jogging in the park, are attracted to each other, but only slowly heed that attraction.
Bastien Bouiillon (above) and Audrey Bastien (whew: There area lot of bastiens connected to this movie, including its director!). We see our couples together and separately, in times of trouble and delight. And we come to know them and their lives remarkably well.
Film Movement and running 92 minutes -- hits the street tomorrow, Tuesday, June 17, on DVD and streaming sources. Go for it.