Review: 45 Years, 2015, dir. Andrew Haigh

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“The word “infidelity” likely conjures very specific images in the minds of most; a young couple entangled in a forbidden tryst, lonesome spouses finding succor in the arms of another person, egotists two-timing their partners in hotels for the sheer thrill of it. But we’re just as capable of emotional betrayals as carnal liaisons, of sentimental intimacy rather than physical intimacy, though it is subjective as to whether one is more harmful to a romantic bond than the other.” (Via Birth. Movies. Death.)

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