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Empty Days (Rien à faire)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1999
Running time:105 minutes
Director:Marion Vernoux
Writer:Marion Vernoux

Description: In this low-key drama from France, Marie (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) has been laid off for over a year; depressed and with little to do, she drifts through the aisles of a supermarket, aimlessly doing her shopping. She bumps into Pierre (Patrick Dell'Isola); they strike up a conversation and she discovers that he worked for the same firm and was also let go, about a month ago. They keep running into each other at the market and strike up a friendship that grows into an affair. But Marie and Pierre are both married, and neither wants their spouses to know; this relationship has less to do with love than with a need to fill up the empty hours of the day and restore their damaged self-esteems.~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

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