Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
French filmmaker Nadine Trintignant writes and directs the 1971 drama Ça N'Arrive Qu'Aux Autres (It Only Happens to Others), based on her real-life experiences with actor husband Jean-Louis Trintignant. Catherine (Catherine Deneuve) and Marcello (Marcello Mastroianni) lose their baby daughter Camille to a deadly illness. In order to mourn their loss, they shut themselves off from the world by hiding in their apartment. After weeks of seclusion, Marcello decides to break their isolation.
apartment, child, couple, death, death-in-family, hermit, husband, parent, society