With trademark stoicism and inscrutable poise, Krieps gives a performance that never tries to extract easy pity from the viewer or reach for low-hanging fruit.
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While More Than Ever spends much of its time concerned with Hélène’s way of dealing with her illness, the film is a love story at heart.
Silence is Atef’s strength. The director impressively uses quiet moments to great effect.
Featuring superb turns from Vicky Krieps and the late Gaspard Ulliel - in his final role - as a couple facing the most difficult of choices, More Than Ever persuades, rather than forces, its audience to stare death in the face, and proves surprisingly life affirming in the process.