Quiet Little Marriage
In the great tradition of John Cassavetes and Robert Altmans acutely observed personal films comes A QUIET LITTLE MARRIAGE, a stunning directorial debut that brings a new level of intimacy to the screen. The future looks bright for a young and attractive Los Angeles couple, but beneath the surface of their wonderful life is a tangle of secrets, lies and pain. Olive (Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Dax (Cy Carter, Starship Troopers 2) have a great sex life, supportive friends and fulfilling jobs, but each bears a heavy burden: Olives beloved father (Michael ONeill, Green Zone) is slipping into the abyss of Alzheimers disease, and Daxs substance-abusing brother (Jimmi Simpson, Date Night, The Invention of Lying) is a constant financial and emotional drain on him.
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Top customer reviews
Still, entartaining as whole.
Also, several actors from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," so yay.
The use of the high-speed camera, especially during the sleep scenes in the couple's bedroom, seems to bring out the restless nature of the couple as they struggle with the main issue in their marriage (no spoiler here). The final scene provides an ironic twist that left this viewer with a good feeling. The MAKING OF bonus feature is poor. It yields so little insight into the production that it is NOT worth watching, in my opinion (abt 7 minutes long).
All in all it's a good flick.