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This movie is nothing deep nor depressing, so don't fear the subject of suicidal people being it's focus. It's a delightful (yet not probable) story of four lost people that think they have reached the end of their coping abilities with life challenges.
After they discover one another a whole new meaning in their humdrum lives opens and the pleasures and conflicts of living start anew. Pascal Chaumeil smartly divides the story into four parts to offer the viewer an insight into each of the four main characters lives. And we see things are never as bad as each of the four imagine. Maybe Maureen's story presents the greatest challenge but she needed this path to discover how much she actually cared about her son.
I suggest to anyone that wants a story that is not a love story or an action flick, to grab this movie and enjoy!
This movie is eccentric. Not for everyone though, and not for every mood. If you enjoy a contentful movie with underlining mysteries, this is it. A story of shadow playing within the characters brain, if I may say, a piece of art. Neither too boring nor too exciting, but if you pay attention, it keeps you interested the whole time. Keep your third eye open for this one, and after a long time of thinking, you can, and should read explaining reviews, which are awesome.
Don't let the spiders fool you though, pay some good attention on those. And, don't think it's a bad movie because you didn't understood it, it's just kind of complicated to do it at first, but afterward it's just an orgasm to the mind, unexplainable.