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Did you know that the writer-director of the divorce movie 'Marriage Story' has gone through a divorce himself? Filmmaker Noah Baumbach’s 2019 project speaks about the dynamics of crumbling relationships. It comes as no surprise that the director himself is no stranger to this. One can say that he draws from his personal experience as he goes on with piloting the movie. After all, Baumbach's parents are also divorced. According to the veteran director himself, “Divorce is like death in a way". But this doesn't mean that the much-awaited film turned out to be a dark portrayal of divorce and fallen marriages. In fact, the movie is said to have a profound element of bittersweet comedy in it. This gives us the impression that this is not your typical family drama flick that requires you a full week to recover from. Lead stars Scarlett Johannson and Adam Driver are soon to be remembered as faces of a new-breed of comedy-drama films.
Marriage Story's Rotten Tomatoes review even appears at an impressive 97 percent score. This, plus tons of positive feedbacks from different review sites for movies, make movie fans much more excited to see it. There are a lot of things to be expected from this movie. After all, it is said that this is one of Baumbach’s most brilliant works to date. Soon after its limited theatrical release, Marriage Story will be available on Netflix. Whether it is that good of a movie or not is for everyone to decide. A movie that talks about the perils of marriage in a different manner is something movie fans has long-awaited. This might be the year that we all see it with 'Marriage Story'.