Synopsis: Romy (Diane Kruger) is on holiday in the USA with her French husband, Richard (Gilles Lellouche). But the journey quickly turns into a settling of old scores for this worn out couple. After an ultimate fight, Romy decides to break free. She cuts off her ties to a stable and secure life that has become alienating and escapes to the unknown.
Genre: Drama
100 min

I'd love one of these!

- How y'all doing?

- Hi.

- I'm Jenny.

What can I get you?

- No. No ice for me, please.

- Oh! Okay!

I don't like ice, ok?

What are you having?



- Okay.

- thank you

I'll get 2 eggs, please.

No eggs after 11:00.

- Okay.

Club sandwich.

- Okay, what kind of bread?

Whole wheat, white, sourdough...

- White, white, white.

- Okay.

And dressing? Blue cheese,

ranch, vinaigrette, Italian?

- Vinaigrette.

- Okay.

- Um, I'll take a chef salad

with ranch, please.

Thank you.

I can't stand this:

"What sauce, what bread..." All this shit.

It's good to have a choice.

I'm going swimming.

Isn't it a bit late?

What's with Bombay beach?

They say it'll be

the epicenter of the next earthquake.



- You're so good.


No, thanks.

- I need a drink.

I'll have one.

- Miss? Miss?


Can I get another drink, that?

- Of course.

- Thank you.

- Hi.

- Hi.

- How amazing is my friend?

- Beautiful.


Great singer.

Really, I mean it.

- Thank you.

- I was just telling her and

she's telling me, no.

- You wanna drink something?

- Of course, why not?

- Yeah, I'll have a whiskey.

- Whiskey?

- Yes.

- Can we get 2 double whiskeys

on the rocks?

What are you drinkin'?

- vodka on the rocks too.

- Heather, don't go from

the well I'll mark that one.

- Hi, I'm Richard.

- Thank you, girl.

- Helen.

- Helen, nice to meet you.

- You too.

- Ri... Richard?


Oh, you're French.

- Yeah.

From Paris.

- Oh, my god. I wanted to go

there my entire life.

We should go.

- Really?

- Richard, we should go.

- Cheers!

- Cheers!

- To new friends.

Thanks for the drink.

- You're welcome.

- What are you doin' in town?

We don't get a lotta French

people around here.

- Yeah?

- Yeah.

Were you just out in the desert?

- Yeah.

- Yeah?

- Here's my..

- Your friend?

- Yeah.

The one, where..

Not happy!

- Yeah, she looks like

the ball of fun.

- No.

- What have you guys been doin'?

- Oh, boring, actually.

- You boring. You..

Richard, you do not seem boring.

- Sante.

Cheers is Sante.

- Oh!


- Do you want another round?

Do we need another round?

- Of course.

- Well.

- Hey, Romy, Romy.

She has a joke about Indians.

My wife.

- Oh!


- Romy.

- So, there's this 6 year old

Indian kid, right?

And one day, he goes to see

the big chief of his tribe.

And he looks up at him and he asks him,

he real puzzled, he's like

"hey, big chief, where the

Indians get their names from?"

And the chief, he looks down

on him and he says

"oh, it depends how

the spirit moves me according

"to what I see in the world when

the child is born.

"On the day of your brother's

birth, I looked out through

"the hole in my teepee and

I saw a coyote running

"and that is why he is named

running coyote.

"And on the day

of your sister's birth

"there was this

light rain falling

"and so I named her dew Pearl.

But tell me, why are you

asking this, two dogs fucking?"

It's funny.

Oh, come on.

- It's really, really..

- Ooh.

- Ooh.

- Funny, right?

- Very.

- Another one?

- Another one? Okay.

- Can we go?

- Not now. It's fun, for once.

- What do you want?

- To go.

A drink, a drink, a drink! Just a drink.

- Whiskey, please, for my..

- Oh, you're gonna have

a drink with us?

- Some water, please.

- No, no, no, no, no!

No water.

- No, water.

- Alcohol.

Anything but alcohol.

Come on, for god's sake!

- I don't want one.

- Come on.

- We don't get many tourists

around these parts.

- I know why.

It's my wife idea.

She likes the nature

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Fabienne Berthaud

Fabienne Berthaud (born in 1966, Gap) is a French writer, actress, screenwriter and director, winner of the 2011 prix Françoise Sagan. more…

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