Private Life
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An author (Hahn) is undergoing multiple fertility therapies to get pregnant, putting her relationship with her husband (Giamatti) on edge.... (Full plot summary below)

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An author (Hahn) is undergoing multiple fertility therapies to get pregnant, putting her relationship with her husband (Giamatti) on edge.

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Film Journal International - 10/10 by David NohAn overdue and welcome directorial comeback.
Spirituality and Practice - 10/10 by Frederic and Mary Ann BrussatA dramady carried by many magic moments of heartache and humor.
Film Comment Magazine - 10/10 by Sheila O'MalleyHahn is one of the best actresses working today, and it's a thrill to see her at the center of a film, jagged with heartbreak, rage, hormones. This is a role worthy of her tremendous gifts.
Wall Street Journal - 10/10 by Joe MorgensternWhat Sadie brings most importantly to Private Life is the lovely, sometimes loopy and always infectious joy she takes in living. She’s a bright, welcome presence in a film that can be startlingly dark, even polemic, and she represents another side of Ms. Jenkins, whose previous films, “Slums of Beverly Hills” and “The Savages,” were overflowing with life.
Los Angeles Times - 10/10 by Justin ChangJenkins constructs an entire narrative from little exchanges, reveries, complications and setbacks. With a mix of concentration and expansiveness that can take your breath away, she unpacks exactly what “they’ve tried everything” means.
Decider - 10/10 by Joe ReidIt is, at its best, so warmly, recognizably human, with some great performances. It's adult indie drama done at its highest level. - 10/10 by Matt Zoller SeitzThe film's writer-director, Tamara Jenkins is a brilliant chronicler of upper-middle class white people and their foibles, and her eye for detail is anthropologically exact, empathetic but never begging for sympathy.
Washington Post - 10/10 by Michael O'SullivanThe comedy, while unflinchingly honest and prone to bandying about such terms as “intracytoplasmic sperm injection” and “follitropin,” is never really about technology, though. Rather, and to its great credit, it’s always about the people involved.
L.A. Weekly - 10/10 by Alan ScherstuhlJenkins (director of The Savages and Slums of Beverly Hills) is always more interested in emotional truth than she is in laughs. Throughout Private Life’s tense 124 minutes, she continually achieves both.
Chicago Reader - 10/10 by Ben SachsPrivate Life [is] such an affecting-and ultimately devastating-work.

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