The opening shot of high-heels clattering across a courtyard and the worrying, Bernard Herrmann-esque score that threads through writer-director Patrice Laconte's film might lead you to expect something on the order of a Hitchcockian psycho-thriller. But Laconte has something more subtle in mind: an off-beat, psychological romance. The high-heels belong to Anna (Sandrine Bonnaire), a pretty, thirty-ish Parisian on her way to her very first appointment with a psychiatrist. She arrives at an apartment building, asks a neighbor for directions to Dr. Monnier's office, enters an unmarked door and proceeds to spill her guts to the unassuming man behind the desk. She's trap...