Canada's incisive filmmaker Polley directs Rogen and Williams
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Margo (Michelle Williams) and Lou (Seth Rogen) are happily married, until Margo falls for the artist across the road (Luke Kirby). Sarah Polley's second feature is a quirky, uncommonly heartfelt look at the difficulty of sustaining a relationship over time and the evolving nature of love. There are laughs, but fans of cuddly romcoms will be bemused by scenes of casual, unsexualised nudity, twee domestic game playing, and flirting that borders on menace. Throw in a surprise threesome and you have a hipster romance as oddball as any Leonard Cohen lyric (the film's title is from a Cohen song). Put on your famous blue raincoat and get on board with a true original.