The One I Love
It is said that the majority of our dying cells replace themselves and that we are virtually a different person than we were 7-10 years ago. While the legitimacy of this cyber-science tale is debatable, most married couples fondly remember that first impression they had of their partner, and why they fell in love in the first place, and that loving memory can serve to guide a marriage through rockier times. Now what if that memory manifests itself and you find yourself competing with a former, younger and arguably better version of yourself?
Plenty to love here, in this “Twilight-zone” concept film, that is elevated and explored to its potential. It can occasionally feel a tad monotonous, but such is the nature of this film, and of marriage.