glenn from Dublin, 05 Aug 2010
This is an absorbing movie. it has plenty of french angst and melodrama. none of it's five main characters, a couple and their three children, initially attract any great empathy or affection, but as the story unfolds over a 20 year phase in their relatively normal lives, you find yourself warming to each of them in varying measure.
there is no great plot here. it could be a diary of almost any 'normal' family. but it has charm, atmosphere and an excellent soundtrack, even it spans quite a nu
Honest drama with real heart
Eamon from Meath, 20 Jul 2010
This deals with 5 days in the life of a family. % days, years apart that marker turning points in their relationship and made them the family that they ultimately become.
The real strenght with this one is that it never becomes too sentimental or schmaltzy. Real people, real situations, real family. Well worth watching.
paul from Galway, 17 Nov 2011
Super movie.....simple yet absorbing story of an ordinary family - proving that there is no such thing...wonderful acting and a witty and perceptive script.
The FIrst Day of the Rest of Your Life
Frances from Clare, 09 Jun 2011
Excellent & realistic portrayal of family life without any nonsensical sentimentality.
Lauren from Cork, 06 Apr 2010
An all around great movie anyone would enjoy.