Watching Marriage Story is like nursing a wound. You have to be patient and strong, but sometimes the most attractive option is to just lean in and look closer. Some people are more impervious to the pain or already shielded by scar tissue, but for us this wound feels open.
Noah Baumbach’s portrait of a divorce is simple and sincere, but the film operates with such lucid compassion that it feels like Marriage Story could hold the key to the most intimate and complex humanity in the faintest of heartbeats.
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