The film was the official selection of the Tribeca Film festival and the Locarno International film festival. Plot[ edit ] Jane Kate Bosworth and her husband, Leonard Iddo Goldbergtravel to Naples, where Leonard has been hired to teach and perform with his instrument of choice, the viola. While out on a walk, she meets the young and outgoing nineteen-year-old Caleb, with whom she strikes up an acquaintance.
The film was the official selection of the Tribeca Film festival and the Locarno International film festival. Plot[ edit ] Jane Kate Bosworth and her husband, Leonard Iddo Goldbergtravel to Naples, where Leonard has been hired to teach and perform with his instrument of choice, the viola.
Jane and Leonard have a strained marriage, with Leonard, in Jane's belief, not being a supportive or caring husband. Jane is writing a sort of memoir about her grandmother's experiences in the world wars while her husband is at work. Jane visits the island of Ischia to avoid the isolation she faces alone in the couple's hotel room.
While out on a walk, she meets the young and outgoing nineteen-year-old Caleb, with whom she strikes up an acquaintance.
The two spend the afternoon together and share a dinner later that night. Caleb and Jane run away from the restaurant without paying making Jane feel alive, before Caleb confessing to her that he paid the bill when he went to the bathroom.
Caleb asks for Jane's phone number but she refuses and catches a ferry back to her hotel room. The following day Jane and Leonard share a lunch in which further strain is shown, with Leonard not understanding why Jane has such a fascination with and envy of the life of a 'young, care-free' teenager.
As she is saying this, Caleb suddenly arrives at the restaurant and sits with the couple at Jane's invitation. Leonard shows signs of suspicion of the two and promptly asks for the check. The three walk towards Leonard's work and Caleb leaves them but not before writing his address on Jane's hand despite Leonard pointing out that he has a piece of paper.
Jane and Leonard say goodbye to each other and Jane walks away and runs into Caleb again. Jane asks Caleb if he is following her to which he asks whether that would be weird.
The two walk together and Caleb confesses to Jane that he couldn't sleep after meeting her and actually planned to bump into her so he could see her again. The two share a passionate kiss.
However Jane soon pulls away and questions Caleb's motives before leaving and telling him not to follow her. Jane goes home to have a shower but writes down Caleb's address in her notebook so she doesn't lose it when it washes off.
Jane tries to reignite the spark in her marriage and tries to initiate intimacy between the two but Leonard rebuffs her, instead concentrating on his work. Once again, Jane begins to see the cracks in her marriage and soon follows the address in her book to find Caleb. The two share a day of walking, dancing and swimming around the island before the two have sex in his home.
Jane goes back to her hotel room and husband the following morning where he scolds her for allowing him to worry about her, especially when she claims she was just walking all night.Nov 08, · We Were Here by Matt De La Pena Summary: Miguel is half Mexican, half white who feels guilty for what he did to end up in Juvi.
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