An old, but beautiful farm in Belgium is home to Pascale and her twin sons Thierry and Francois. Although loving and ostensibly supportive of one another, each is still reeling from the divorce that divided the family some years earlier. Now in their late teens, the boys have begun to move in different directions but neither seems compelled to embrace adulthood or the responsibilities that come with it. When Pascale falls in love again and dreams of beginning a new life she finds herself unable to rise from the shadow of her ex-husband and selfish children. Helpless and in a bid for survival, Pascale leaves the house in the hands of Thierry and Francois, never suspecting that in her absence, a fratricidal war will change their family forever.
Atmosphere but no content
- Private Property review by JD
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Scenes would often be static and without dialogue. There was a slow movement to it and sometimes subtle interaction was beautifully acted but it could also be boring and the ending is as pointless as you might expect from the entire film.