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A gay couple's marriage is thrown into crisis when one of them impulsively begins a passionate affair with a young woman. (NR, 91 min.)


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Tomas and Martin are a gay couple living in Paris whose marriage is thrown into crisis when Tomas impulsively begins a passionate affair with young schoolteacher Agathe. But when Martin begins an affair of his own, Tomas must confront life decisions he may be unprepared—or unwilling—to deal with. [MUBI]

Starring: Caroline Chaniolleau, Erwan Kepoa Falé, Léa Boublil, Sarah Lisbonis, Théo Cholbi, Theo Gabilloux, Thibaut Carterot, Tony Daoud, William Nadylam
Director: Ira Sachs
Languages: English, French
Genre(s): Drama, Romance

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"This is Sachs’s eighth film and one of his best."

— Tim Robey, The Telegraph

"Sachs delivers an achingly beautiful film that’s sexy, sad and so very French."

— Stephen A. Russell, Time Out

"Rogowski’s combustible presence supercharges the proceedings and, in all, it’s one of Sachs’ most fully-realised and psychologically perceptive works."

— David Jenkins, Little White Lies

"Bolstered by fabulous performances by its lead cast, Passages delicately and intimately explores a love affair that goes awry because of one person’s decisions."

— Mae Abdulbaki, Screen Rant

"It’s an extremely European film from the American director Ira Sachs, full of homages to classics of European cinema, and a portrait of a rascal and the helplessness of the human heart."

— Alissa Wilkinson, Vox

"Through studious long takes, a textured look, and playful choreography, Sachs’ Passages examines the ever-evolving nature of sexuality and attraction with both intelligence and a sense of humor."

— Tomris Laffly, AV Club

"Sachs’ story comes to life thanks to these three excellent performances that aren't afraid to explore the selfishness and desires of passion, in a story that finds the power of shared pain and love."

— Ross Bonaime, Collider

"With the steadfast lack of melodrama we’ve come to expect from him, the writer-director packs more incident, life and unassuming complexity into 90 minutes than most filmmakers muster in twice that run time."

— Jon Frosch, The Hollywood Reporter

"What makes Passages worth watching isn’t the bare facts of its plot, but the ways that Sachs’s careful, nearly invisible style, matched to his actors, generates all manner of sudden, fluid, intelligent sensations as we watch."

— K. Austin Collins, Rolling Stone

"A signature new drama from a director whose best work is at once both generously tender in its brutality and unsparingly brutal in its tenderness, the raw and resonant Passages is the kind of [mess] around and find out love triangle that rings true."

— David Ehrlich, indieWire

"Adroit casting, writing, editing, performing and costuming shade the outline of an affair to a finely sharpened emotional realism, the cycles of fighting and reconciling we’ve all seen before regaining in rawness as if we’re now the ones living through it."

— Charles Bramesco, The Playlist

"This is Ira Sach's best film in years, a magnetic, emotional, and hugely watchable exploration of love and sex in the modern age. Those of us who've been following Rogowski for a while have been ready for this, and 'Passages' might just be the film that makes him a superstar."

— Barry Levitt, Slashfilm