The Divorce movie plot

2022-04-08 08:01
In this light comedy about marriage, two American women living in France have a lot of conflicts with the local French because of cultural differences, of course, romantic love and entanglement. "divorce".
The girl Isabelle Walker (Kate Hudson) is a typical American girl who dares to love and hate, and has an independent personality. She just entered the film school, but she dropped out because she couldn't bear the restrictions in the university.
Recently, her poet sister Rosienne (Naomi Watts), who married to France, encountered a marital crisis, and her husband Charles Henry, a painter, deserted her, and she was 8 months pregnant. In order to help her sister who is about to give birth to divorce, Isabel plans to leave California where she has been living, and go to Paris, France.
After arriving in Paris, Isabelle helped her sister go through the formalities, but unexpectedly she fell in love with a married man-a 70-year-old French diplomat. Later, she happened to find out that they were still relatives who were beating around the bush. The diplomat was actually a former diplomat. Brother-in-law Charles' uncle is really dumbfounding.
After the two sisters' "uncanny" relationship in France is revealed, and cultural clashes and gossip have hit, the sisters finally understand how difficult it is to live in Paris for a modern American woman. Americans and French have completely different views on many things, such as morality, sex, and even food, clothing, housing and transportation, and they feel unprecedented trouble in the face of these differences. 
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Extended Reading
  • Jamil 2022-04-10 09:01:09

    Americans are probably the most longing for France in the world. The film is vague, using an American family's "adventure" in Paris to satirize the pedantic and prudent side of France, depicting French men as either fussy or naive, and French women as conventional and rigid. It is elevating its own values ​​of freedom and democracy.

  • Cleveland 2022-04-10 09:01:09

    Melvil's English is really good

The Divorce quotes

  • Roxy: You shouldn't accept expensive gifts from a man.

    Isabel: Why?

    Roxy: Because it puts you in a position of having to do what he wants.

    Isabel: I'd do it anyway.

  • [after seeing Isabel's new look at the airport]

    Roger Walker: She looks like something out of "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!".

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