22 March 2019 | FrenchEddieFelson
I liked the lightness of the approach chosen by the director who deals with a serious and delicate subject: an old man, recently widowed and suffering from the Alzheimer's disease, joins his son's house, with his daughter-in-law and grand daughter. A lightness but definitly not superficiality, as in some of Woody Allen's movies. With a trio of divine actors who energize the movie. First at all Nick Nolte and Emily Mortimer are both excellent. And then Matt Dillon who is unjustly cataloged with movies for decerebrated teenage girls. Without forgetting Sophie Lane Nolte, Jacqueline Bisset and Eric Roberts.