The title comes from a novella by Hanif Kureishi, but the basic premise of French director Patrice Chereau's powerfully acted, intensely carnal drama is lifted from "Nightlight," one of Kureishi's short stories. Every Wednesday afternoon, a woman (Kerry Fox) arrives at a dismal, barely furnished flat in an unappealing section of London for no other reason than to have sex with the man who lives there (Mark Rylance). They claw at their clothes, make love on the floor and part company as soon as it's over. Few words are spoken and they don't know each other's names. It's an unconventional arrangement, but it's really no different from the situation other new lovers fin...