Very impressive, excellent performances by Michelle Williams and Seth Rogan. The movie avoids cliches and is daring in its portrayal of relationships where things don't just fall into place.
Number of Swiss films seen in life: 1. Let's call it a good start.
Beautifully made film about the shocking fact that woman's suffrage wasn't realised in Switzerland until 1971 (or in fact 1990). The film is in a larger sense about feminism in general and in the setting of beautifilly shot Swiss landscapes and oppresive, cramped chalets, puts forward the theme painfully. Excellent performances all round, and I was quite blown away by Marie Leuenberger.