The View From Up Here
These days. Somewhere in the USA. Claire (Melissa Leo) and Lila (Leïla Bekhti) are neighbors. They both live in the same building, they see each other every day but they hardly know each others names. Until today, when Claire decides to pay a visit to Lila and to ask for something that will definitely put at risk the cohabitation.
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