Everything Went Fine (Tout s'est bien passé) (2021)
Critic Reviews for Everything Went Fine (Tout s'est bien passé)
Ozon remains a terrific actors' director, with both Marceau and especially Dussollier giving lively performances that afford the film its limited spark.
Although the subject of euthanasia does not normally suggest a good time at the movies, French director François Ozon serves one up anyway with the help of a raft of crafty and appealing veteran actors.
The film is an openly, almost assertively bourgeois drama that wears its politics on its business-casual sleeves but can in no way be mistaken for a polemic.
Whatever its flaws, Everything Went Fine rallies with a beautiful final act.
Everything Went Fine eschews emotional fireworks in favour of nicely observed small moments...
The prolific French director has returned to Cannes with this clear-eyed, handsomely constructed drama about the emotionally and ethically taxing business of arranging a relative's assisted suicide, with a welcome juicy leading role for Sophie Marceau.
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