It’s a great reason to take a walk to the cinema. Starting from July 27, the company Pro:glance releases a new cool comedy “What Strangers Talk About” in Russian theaters.
The story revolves around three couples who visit the same psychologist, and one day he decides to organize an unusual group therapy session for them. The couples gather in one house and receive 8 envelopes with tasks, the completion of which will help them solve their problems. The entire action takes place in one location – a room for group therapy.
This is an ironic film about the flip side of family life. In the spirit of Roman Polanski’s “Carnage” or Paolo Genovese’s “Perfect Strangers.” With each new envelope, we learn more revelations and secrets, the tension builds up, the film gains momentum, and inexorably moves towards its shocking climax. It’s an excellent film for fans of conversational genres and those tired of Hollywood blockbusters filled with special effects.
Just a reminder, it’s in theaters starting from July 27.