A haunting tale of sudden loss and enduring grief, this drama about a vanished husband marks a departure for director François Ozon, whose earlier films dealt primarily with lives destroyed by unspoken desires. Marie Drillon (Charlotte Rampling), a professor of English literature at a Parisian university, and Jean (Bruno Cremer), her husband of 25 years, are spending the summer at their cabin near the beach. One day Jean announces he's off for a swim and never returns. The police can't find a body or any leads, and a stunned Marie returns to Paris, alone. Time passes. Marie dines with friends and speaks of Jean in the present tense, talking as if he simpl...