About Passages

Three lovers spin in a vortex of pent-up desire and resentment in director Ira Sachs’ honest and acerbically funny take on messy, modern relationships. Just like its dynamic leads—Franz Rogowski (New York Film Critics Circle winner for Best Actor), Adèle Exarchopoulos, and Ben Whishaw—the film is a refreshingly fluid relationship drama that oozes sex appeal. [92 min; drama; English]

"A superior film of sensitivity and intelligence with a lot to say about infidelity, love, sex, bisexuality, and monogamy in the troubled chaos of today’s mottled emotional landscape. My advice is seek it out wherever you can find it and learn something." — Rex Reed, The Observer

"Passages is a biting and literate pleasure, the kind of film we don’t see often from American directors. Its sophisticated approach to romance (or, perhaps, the absence of it) is not too cool or alienating, because Sachs and his sterling cast give the film such textured, specific life." — Richard Larson, Vanity Fair

"This is a smart, lustrous film, and a bracingly honest one, the kind of movie that leaves you feeling both invigorated and a little blue." — Stephanie Zacharek, TIME

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