Clara (Clementine Celarie) picks up a younger man at Orly airport after she discovers that her husband’s having an affair. Reeling, she provokes Robert (Bruno Todeschini), venting her frustrations in cruel outbursts that alternate with bouts of self-deprecation, but that night becomes a series of new experiences—a perfect fix for her midlife crisis. Though Robert’s tolerance of Clara’s behavior seems to indulge a classic female fantasy, writer-director Solange Martin makes the idea of these strangers meeting and covering so much emotional territory in one night mostly believable (1994).