Private Faces

Private Faces
AP Photo/Zach Gibson

After fifteen years in France, Natalie is having a retrospective show at her friend's gallery in San Francisco as a reintroduction to both America and her friends. Before the show, she finds an unsigned note in Ben's dresser and finds that her seemingly-faithful husband has been having an affair with one of her closest friends. It devastates her, and begins her own internal retrospective about her marriage, her own infidelity, and her friends. Each of the seven women Natalie has painted over the years (Fia, Hana, Amanda, Rosie, Ranie, Nikki, and Esther) are brilliant reflections of the times and places in which each portrait was painted.

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