Les soeurs fâchées
Provincial Louise is happy to be picked up by her sister Martine at Paris' train station, but the feeling is by no means mutual. Martine is bitter, cold and bored. She lambastes the cheerful Louise every chance she gets, attacking her for being naive, embarrassing, and generally gauche, until the situation finally escalates. The first feature film by Alexandra Leclère was written expressly for Isabelle Huppert and Catherine Frot, who revel in the sibling rivalry that explodes carefully onscreen, without getting any messy bits on the audience.