About the movie-maker Eric Rohmer, a reliable friend told me, "If you like people talking, then you'll probably like his movies."
All of this involves a lot of back and forth dialog. Lucky for us then
that the writing is both interesting and natural-sounding. The
characters feel layered and even when their flaws are exposed - Francois
is immature and petty minded, and Anne is quite obviously not
interested in any long term companionship with him - they are not
caricatured. The Aviator's Wife ends of a
note of ambivalent redemption.