The One I Love

Out Now On-Demand

Surreal romantic-comedy starring Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men) and Mark Duplass (Safety Not Guaranteed). The plot – described by Variety as "a challenge to discuss without spoiling a good deal of the fun" – involves the couple being sent on a dizzying weekend getaway, in an attempt to repair the cracks in their relationship. Co-stars Ted Danson as the couple's therapist.

"Ethan and Sophie are a married couple on the brink of separation. At the urging of their therapist, they escape to a beautiful vacation house for a weekend getaway in an attempt to salvage what’s left of their relationship. What starts off as a relaxing and tranquil retreat soon spirals into a bizarre experience that forces the couple to reflect upon the complexities of their troubled partnership. Over the course of a few days, Ethan and Sophie work diligently to rediscover their better selves and embrace the unexpected as everything they once thought was real becomes more and more surreal." (Sundance Film Festival)


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Comedy, Drama, Romance


Rating: M Coarse language, drug use and sex scene


Hollywood Reporter


On a moment-to-moment basis, this smoothly made film can be incredibly trying, even annoying, to watch, due to the grueling repetitiveness of the scenes.

Variety (USA)


An incredibly assured directorial debut with this smart crowd-pleaser, featuring spectacular performances from Duplass and Moss.

HeyUGuys (UK)


The film is guaranteed to spark debate amongst its viewers, which is a perfect testament to its greatness.

Time Out New York


The film delivers on its most crucial idea by being an inventive relationship dramedy with actors who handle the dual challenge thrown at them with distinguished poise.

Dissolve (USA)


When it comes time to get to the bottom of what’s really going on, McDowell and Lader start losing the thread.

Entertainment Weekly (USA)


Disarmingly clever — too clever to spoil. But it's also repetitive and a bit too Spike Jonze lite.