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Glennwrapping up his Tribeca film coverage with five films including Elisabeth Moss,Roman Polanski,Emory Cohen,Melonie Diaz,and the memory of a fashion icon.

The One I Love

Catching up with this high-concept romance after having missed it at Sundance was a good idea.Taking aTwilight Zone-ish twist to the relationship dramedy we see so often at festivals and on the indie scene,Charlie McDowell's feature debut is a visually playful metaphysical look at marriage and the memory of love that is ultimately rewarding and inventive.Elisabeth Moss continues to be on top form followingMad Men,Top of the Lake,andListen Up Philipwith her role here,while Mumblecore graduate Mark Duplass gives fine if less attention-grabbing work as her somewhat dull husband.

The story is too complex to get into here (and yet easy to follow so don't worry about this just being a winsomeUpstream Color),and it's probably best audiences go in as blind as possible to the twists that it takes with the story of a crumbling marriage and the retreat they take to the country where,apparently,everybody comes back refreshed and more in love than ever.Filmed in warm,picturesque yellow tones and with refined,yet deliberately essential production design,The One I Loveis a winner that will likely be wonderful to revisit.B+

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