Probably because I am convinced that love is a horror of marriage, marriage is the product of dizziness, so I am skeptical of all sweet love movies.
It wasn't until I finished watching "Adelmans" that I got a new understanding, and now I recommend it to you, whether you have doubts or fantasies about marriage and love, it can satisfy you.
"Adelmans" is a director's debut with Nicholas Bedos. The screenplay was co-written with the female screenwriter Doria Tillier, and the two also star in the film.
I refused to see it labeled "love" at first. It wasn't until I actually watched this two-hour movie that I officially apologized for contempt of it.
Its essence is to expose the embarrassment of love and marriage. According to me, it should be classified as "thriller".
The same video book uses 14 chapters to show the entire process of a man and a woman from acquaintance, love, marriage, and childbearing to life together. Of course, it is accompanied by all the problems that can occur in marriage: doubt, boredom, Derailment and more.
But its excellence lies in a deep discussion of how much despair can be hidden under a seemingly complete marriage, and the invisible confrontation in the relationship between men and women.
Is there love at first sight?