What’s it about?
A penniless socialite and her directionless son move into a borrowed Parisian apartment with their strange cat.
What did we think?
Johanna Lyon says: While at first we are held at arm’s length by the void-of-emotion delivery of much of the dialogue, a layer is peeled back and we feel privileged to witness the sense of community and generosity that is the film’s core.
Some great laugh-out-loud moments, smart thought-out camera work, and the fantastic lack of exposition cover for the “Is this odd for the sake of it?” question. 6/10