The characters in The Last Days of Chez Nous, Gillian Armstrong’s Australian documentary drama, are so drab they rob the film of any life it might have had. Harrow plays a writer whose marriage to Ganz falls apart when her footloose younger sister (Kerry Fox) shows up for an indefinitely extended visit. Although generally intelligent and even perceptive about human behavior, the movie nonetheless seems afflicted by an enervating dullness, which makes it hard to care about these people and their little kitchen-sink dramas. C-
The Last Days of Chez Nous The characters in The Last Days of Chez Nous, Gillian Armstrong's Australian documentary drama, are so drab they rob the film of any...The Last Days of Chez NousDramaR The characters in The Last Days of Chez Nous, Gillian Armstrong's Australian documentary drama, are so drab they rob the film of any...1993-11-19
Genre: Drama; Starring: Kerry Fox, Bruno Ganz, Lisa Harrow; MPAA Rating: R
Posted November 19 1993 — 12:00 AM EST
- Hulk Hogan: The N-word was part of my 'daily environment' growing up
- Eddie Redmayne hopes 'Fantastic Beasts' will be 'quite a ride'
- New 'Sicario' clip ratchets up the tension for Emily Blunt
- Hulu launches ad-free subscription model
- Donald Trump weighs in on Kanye's presidential candidacy announcement
- See the funny, scary opening credits for 'Scream Queens'
- What Derek Hough thinks of new 'DWTS' partner Bindi Irwin
- All the VMAs 2015 performances graded
- VMAs 2015 Red Carpet: See All the Looks!
- 16 TV characters who stuck around longer than expected
- Behind Lady Gaga's killer look in 'American Horror Story: Hotel'
- 'American Horror Story: Hotel' First Look: 11 EW exclusive photos
- The A List Ladies, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anna & Jane and More!