Excerpt: Marie is a single mother with two small children, but she doesn’t have much trouble in taking care of them and herself. She spends most of her time with them and as such, her life is more interior than exterior on the whole. But she isn’t a total hermit or anything, she just devotes a great deal of her time to her family and her home in France. The countryside is beautiful and she loves her kids, so she doesn’t mind that much.
Conclusion: Demi Moore is placed on prohibition until she truly demonstrates her devotion to less mainstream films. The writers are sentenced to work for scale until they have proven themselves worthy of the "screen" prefix. Paramount is acquitted, for now.
Conclusion: A tormented movie about torment; loopy, over-reaching and occasionally suspicious. Simultaneously, it is a daring artistic endeavour from a Hollywood star who was driven to put his credibility and lead-weighted beliefs into the court of public and media opinion. It’s as unavoidable as a jack-knifed juggernaut, but saints be praised that cinema can still mount a sally against our culturally moribund and faithless times.