After 50 years of marriage, Edith discovers that Henry consults porn websites on the computer they just bought. She decides to lock herself in her room but her husband is watching her through the keyhole… A naughty game is about to start between them.
Director: Clémence Lebatteux
Writer: Clémence Lebatteux
Producer: Arhtur Goisset, Bastien Daret, Robin Robles
Tim, putting the final touches on his ‘Vol 7 – Songs for and about Em’ CD mix (his annual anniversary gift to the love of his life), joyfully discovers a letter from Emma’s gynaecologist. It can only mean the good news that she is pregnant – something they have been trying to do for a long time. Playful banter quickly descends into harsh accusations as they dance around each other, searching for the truth, seemingly too ugly to bear. Alone, Tim comes upon a mother and son and in their interaction, realises what Emma had really done. What appeared to be betrayal was, in truth, the highest love and greatest sacrifice.
A young woman bares her heart in a painfully awkward, and unreciprocated declaration of love. Just Tell Him How You Feel is the first film in a three part anthology series. Centred around our main heroine ‘Her’ these vignettes explore the awkward consequences that emerge in moments of truth.