"The Table" basically consists of four different conversation scenes unfolded on a table. During each scene, we find two characters, and then we listen to their conversation observing the mood and the nuances that surround them. Although this is a fairly simple premise, the film constantly engages us thanks to its sensitive writing as well as solid performances, and each scene serves us beautiful moments, passing fleetingly, one by one, during its time. The film's only background is a small coffee shop located in a small urban alley. In other words, limited cinematography. The conversations become a bit strange but it's wonderful how maintaining the cool and meaningless attitude of your character is also effective as your homologous narrative.
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