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-->''There are two sides to every love story''

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-->''There are two sides to every love story''
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* AmbiguousEnding: The movie ends with Conor walking alone in the park and Eleanor slowly follows him. It's unclear if she means to catch up with him. In ''Her'', however, [[spoiler:she calls him and he turns around to look at her, but it's still unclear if the two will overcome their problems.]]

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* AmbiguousEnding: The movie ends ''Him'' and ''Them'' end with Conor walking alone in the park and Eleanor slowly follows him. It's unclear if she means to catch up with him. In ''Her'', however, [[spoiler:she calls him and he turns around to look at her, but it's still unclear uncertain if the two will overcome their problems.]]


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* BrilliantButLazy: This is Spencer's opinion of his son.
-->'''Spencer''': I need a manager to run the place--\\
'''Conor''': No, no!\\
'''Spencer''': Ah come on, let me finish.\\
'''Conor''': I like my place, we're doing just fine.\\
'''Spencer''': You're better than that.\\
'''Conor''': I don't really want to have this conversation right now.\\
'''Spencer''': I didn't furnish you with a six-figure education just so you could run some pop stand. This is a real restaurant.
* ColorCodedCharacters: Eleanor is almost always dressed in black clothing, which indicates that she is still [[spoiler:mourning for her son]].


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* LikeFatherLikeSon: Spencer invokes this when he tells Conor, "You're a bit like me."


''The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby'' a set of three different movies written and directed by Ned Benson, each telling the story of a young couple and how they found and lost love. The cast includes Creator/JessicaChastain, Creator/JamesMcAvoy, Creator/ViolaDavis, Creator/IsabelleHuppert, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]], Creator/BillHader, and Creator/WilliamHurt.

The films are subtitled ''Him'', ''Her'', and ''Them'', with the former two telling the story from the differing perspective of the man and the woman, while the latter alternates the two [=POVs=]. ''Him'' and ''Her'' premiered to unanimous acclaim at the Toronto International Film Festival, while ''Them'' was created later, following the films' acquisition by The Weinstein Company, and premiered to equal acclaim at the Cannes film festival. All three films will be released in the United States on September 26, 2014, with ''Them'' receiving a mainstream release while ''Him'' and ''Her'' will play in arthouse theatres. A trailer can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ng4MD66WyU here]].

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''The Disappearance Of of Eleanor Rigby'' is a set of three different movies written and directed by Ned Benson, each telling the story of a young couple and how they found and lost love. The cast includes Creator/JessicaChastain, Creator/JamesMcAvoy, Creator/ViolaDavis, Creator/IsabelleHuppert, Isabelle Huppert, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]], Creator/BillHader, Bill Hader, and Creator/WilliamHurt.

The films are subtitled ''Him'', ''Her'', and ''Them'', with the former two telling the story from the differing perspective of the man husband and the woman, wife, while the latter alternates the two [=POVs=]. ''Him'' and ''Her'' premiered to unanimous acclaim at the Toronto International Film Festival, while ''Them'' was created later, following the films' acquisition by The Weinstein Company, and premiered to equal acclaim at the Cannes film festival. All three films will be were released in the United States on September 26, 2014, with ''Them'' receiving a mainstream release while ''Him'' and ''Her'' will play in arthouse theatres. A trailer can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ng4MD66WyU here]].



* AmbiguousEnding: The Movie ends with Connor walking alone in the Park and Eleanor slowly follows him. It´s unclear if she is catching up on him. In HER however [[spoiler:She manages to catch up on him, calls him and he turns arround but it´s still unclear if the two will overcome their problems.]]

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* AmbiguousEnding: The Movie movie ends with Connor Conor walking alone in the Park park and Eleanor slowly follows him. It´s It's unclear if she is catching up on him. In HER however [[spoiler:She manages means to catch up on him, with him. In ''Her'', however, [[spoiler:she calls him and he turns arround around to look at her, but it´s it's still unclear if the two will overcome their problems.]]



* DrivenToSuicide:[[spoiler: Eleanor]]attempts Suicide by jumping from a bridge. The cause and the aftermath of it, is what drives the story of [[spoiler:HER]].
* EmotionSuppression: Connors way of dealing with [[spoiler:his sons death]]
* ExpositoryHairstyleChange /ImportantHaircut: After her [[spoiler: Suicide attempt]] Eleanor decides to cut her hair short and start wearing make-up as a sign to leave her old life with her husband behind and starting a new one.
* InfantImmortality: [[spoiler:Averted,]] even though [[spoiler:we never actually see the kid.]]

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* DrivenToSuicide:[[spoiler: Eleanor]]attempts Suicide DrivenToSuicide:[[spoiler:Eleanor]] attempts suicide by jumping from a bridge. The cause and the aftermath of it, is what drives the story of [[spoiler:HER]].
[[spoiler:''Her'']].
* EmotionSuppression: Connors way of dealing with [[spoiler:his sons death]]
* ExpositoryHairstyleChange /ImportantHaircut:
ExpositoryHairstyleChange[=/=]ImportantHaircut: After her [[spoiler: Suicide attempt]] [[spoiler:suicide attempt]], Eleanor decides to cut her hair short and start wearing make-up as a sign to leave that she has left her old life with her husband behind and starting a new one.
* HollywoodNerd: Downplayed with Conor because he only puts on his glasses when he's doing the paperwork for his small business, although his father mentions that he had furnished Conor with a six-figure education, so Conor is more intellectual than he let's on.
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InfantImmortality: [[spoiler:Averted,]] [[spoiler:Averted]], even though [[spoiler:we never actually see the kid.]]



* RashomonStyle: ''Them'' is constructed this way, with scenes alternating from the memories of both Conor and Eleanor.
** ''Him'' and ''Her'' have shades of this trope as well in regards to the scenes where Connor and Eleanor are onscreen together. While both films use the same scenes, they differ slightly in regards to who does what and who says what.
* StarCrossedLovers: It's clear that Eleanor and Connor both love each other, but the memory of [[spoiler: their son's death]] keeps them apart.

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* RashomonStyle: RashomonStyle:
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''Them'' is constructed this way, with scenes alternating from the memories of both Conor and Eleanor.
** ''Him'' and ''Her'' have shades of this trope as well in regards to the scenes where Connor Conor and Eleanor are onscreen together. While both films use the same scenes, they differ slightly in regards to who does what and who says what.
* StarCrossedLovers: It's clear that Eleanor and Connor Conor both love each other, but the memory of [[spoiler: their [[spoiler:their son's death]] keeps them apart.



* SirSwearsALot: Connor uses a lot of F-Bombs to emphasize his arguments
* ThereAreNoTherapists: Played straight with Conor; Eleanor's father tries to get her to see one but she refuses.
* {{Tragedy}}: The [[spoiler: death of Eleanor and Connor's 2 month old son]] serves as the impetus for the whole plot.

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* SirSwearsALot: Connor Conor uses a lot of F-Bombs F-bombs to emphasize his arguments
* ThereAreNoTherapists: Played straight with Conor; Eleanor's father tries to get her to see one one, but she refuses.
* {{Tragedy}}: The [[spoiler: death [[spoiler:death of Eleanor and Connor's 2 month old Conor's 2-month-old son]] serves as the impetus for the whole plot.



* WhatMightHaveBeen:
** Creator/JoelEdgerton was the first actor cast as the male lead, but had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts.
** Creator/EvaGreen auditioned for the role of Eleanor.
** Eleanor was originally written as a small, enigmatic role. It wasn't until after Creator/JessicaChastain (whom Ned Benson specifically wrote the part for) read the script and asked to know more about the character's background that Benson got the idea to craft a whole new movie from her perspective.
* {{Fake American}}: JamesMcAvoy and CiaranHinds(who play Father and Son in this movie)
* YourCheatingHeart: [[spoiler:Conor with Alexis]], although at that point he and Eleanor are separated. Eleanor is [[BlatantLies totally fine with it]].

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* WhatMightHaveBeen:
** Creator/JoelEdgerton was the first actor cast as the male lead, but had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts.
** Creator/EvaGreen auditioned for the role of Eleanor.
** Eleanor was originally written as a small, enigmatic role. It wasn't until after Creator/JessicaChastain (whom Ned Benson specifically wrote the part for) read the script and asked to know more about the character's background that Benson got the idea to craft a whole new movie from her perspective.
* {{Fake American}}: JamesMcAvoy and CiaranHinds(who play Father and Son in this movie)
* YourCheatingHeart: [[spoiler:Conor with Alexis]], Alexis, although at that point he and Eleanor Eleanor]] are separated. Eleanor is [[BlatantLies totally fine almost has a one night stand with it]].
a stranger that she picks up at night club, but she changes her mind at the last minute.

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* ExpositoryHairstyleChange /ImportantHaircut: After her [[spoiler: Suicide attempt]] Eleanor decides to cut her hair short and start wearing make-up as a sign to leave her old life with her husband behind and starting a new one.

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* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: The titles and credits for each film are different colors. ''Him'' is blue, ''Her'' is reddish orange, and ''Them'' is purple.

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** ''Him'' and ''Her'' have shades of this trope as well in regards to the scenes where Connor and Eleanor are onscreen together. While both films use the same scenes, they differ slightly in regards to who does what and who says what.


* StarCrossedLovers: It's clear that Eleanor and Connor both love each other, but the memory of [spoiler: their son's death]] keeps them apart.

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* StarCrossedLovers: It's clear that Eleanor and Connor both love each other, but the memory of [spoiler: [[spoiler: their son's death]] keeps them apart.



* {{Tragedy}}: The [[death of Eleanor and Connor's 2 month old son]] serves as the impetus for the whole plot.

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* {{Tragedy}}: The [[death [[spoiler: death of Eleanor and Connor's 2 month old son]] serves as the impetus for the whole plot.


* StarCrossedLovers: Both Eleanor and Connor love each others. But they distant them self from each other because they mutually reminding them in their loss.

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* StarCrossedLovers: Both It's clear that Eleanor and Connor both love each others. But they distant them self from each other because they mutually reminding them in other, but the memory of [spoiler: their loss.son's death]] keeps them apart.



* {{Tragedy}}: A Tragedy, which drives the main plot, is maintained silent by all protagonist :[[spoiler: A 2 month old Baby has died]]

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* {{Tragedy}}: A Tragedy, which drives the main plot, is maintained silent by all protagonist :[[spoiler: A The [[death of Eleanor and Connor's 2 month old Baby has died]]son]] serves as the impetus for the whole plot.


* {{Fake American}}: James Mcavoy

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* {{Fake American}}: James McavoyJamesMcAvoy and CiaranHinds(who play Father and Son in this movie)


* DrivenToSuicide:[[spoiler: Eleanor]]attempts Suicide by jumping from a bridge. The cause and the aftermath of it, is what drives the story of [[spoiler:HER]].



* Star-Crossed Lovers: Both Eleanor and Connor love each others. But they distant them self from each other because they mutually reminding them in their loss.

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* Star-Crossed Lovers: StarCrossedLovers: Both Eleanor and Connor love each others. But they distant them self from each other because they mutually reminding them in their loss.



* Tragedy: A Tragedy, which drives the main plot, is maintained silent by all protagonist :[[spoiler: A 2 month old Baby has died]]

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* Tragedy: {{Tragedy}}: A Tragedy, which drives the main plot, is maintained silent by all protagonist :[[spoiler: A 2 month old Baby has died]]

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* Star-Crossed Lovers: Both Eleanor and Connor love each others. But they distant them self from each other because they mutually reminding them in their loss.


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* Tragedy: A Tragedy, which drives the main plot, is maintained silent by all protagonist :[[spoiler: A 2 month old Baby has died]]


* Ambiguous Ending: The Movie ends with Connor walking alone in the Park and Eleanor slowly follows him. It´s unclear if she is catching up on him.
** In HER however [[spoiler:she manages to catch up on him, calls him and he turns arround]]but it´s still unclear if the two will overcome their Problems

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* Ambiguous Ending: AmbiguousEnding: The Movie ends with Connor walking alone in the Park and Eleanor slowly follows him. It´s unclear if she is catching up on him.
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him. In HER however [[spoiler:she [[spoiler:She manages to catch up on him, calls him and he turns arround]]but arround but it´s still unclear if the two will overcome their Problemsproblems.]]



* Emotion Suppression: Connors way of dealing with [[spoiler:his sons death]]

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* Emotion Suppression: EmotionSuppression: Connors way of dealing with [[spoiler:his sons death]]



* Sir Swears-a-Lot: Connor uses a lot of F-Bombs to emphasize his arguments

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* Sir Swears-a-Lot: SirSwearsALot: Connor uses a lot of F-Bombs to emphasize his arguments

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* Ambiguous Ending: The Movie ends with Connor walking alone in the Park and Eleanor slowly follows him. It´s unclear if she is catching up on him.
** In HER however [[spoiler:she manages to catch up on him, calls him and he turns arround]]but it´s still unclear if the two will overcome their Problems


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* Emotion Suppression: Connors way of dealing with [[spoiler:his sons death]]


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* Sir Swears-a-Lot: Connor uses a lot of F-Bombs to emphasize his arguments


* BlackBestFriend: Lillian, to Eleanor.



* InfantImmortality: [[spoiler:Averted,]] even though [[spoiler:we never actually see the kid.]]



* ThereAreNoTherapists: Played straight with Conor; Eleanor's father tries to get her to see one but she refuses.




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* YourCheatingHeart: [[spoiler:Conor with Alexis]], although at that point he and Eleanor are separated. Eleanor is [[BlatantLies totally fine with it]].


''The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby'' a set of three different movies written and directed by Ned Benson, each telling the story of a young couple and how they found and lost love. The cast includes Creator/JessicaChastain, Creator/JamesMcAvoy, Creator/ViolaDavis, Creator/IsabelleHuppert, Creator/CiaranHinds, Creator/BillHader, and Creator/WilliamHurt.

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''The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby'' a set of three different movies written and directed by Ned Benson, each telling the story of a young couple and how they found and lost love. The cast includes Creator/JessicaChastain, Creator/JamesMcAvoy, Creator/ViolaDavis, Creator/IsabelleHuppert, Creator/CiaranHinds, [[Creator/CiaranHinds Ciarán Hinds]], Creator/BillHader, and Creator/WilliamHurt.


* Fake American: James Mcavoy

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* Fake American: {{Fake American}}: James Mcavoy

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