ABSTRACT Following Under the Sand (2000), François Ozon's Time to Leave (2005) is the second film in a proposed trilogy about mourning. This essay explores the film's meditation on a dying gay photographer's last days, discussing how it seems to blur the distinctions between dream and reality, memory and fantasy, love and trauma.
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