I liked the understated tone, the realistic storytelling, and the filmmaking style especially in a very effective scene near the end of the film showing time passing through a series of vignettes mostly set in one apartment. And the music is great - especially the use of the Leonard Cohen song that the movie is named after and Video Killed the Radio Star.
Michelle Williams and Seth Rogen play a married couple that are seemingly happy but things aren't really all that perfect. He's distracted, she's moody - there is something a little off. And then she meets a handsome stranger on a flight who happens to live down the block from her. Despite her best intentions, she finds herself drawn to him. The story plays out in a bittersweet fashion and it is a bit of a tearjerker.
Directed by Sarah Polley