In “Conversations with Other Women” a man (Aaron Eckhart) runs into a women (Helena Bonham Carter) at a wedding. The film spans only two days showing their present day interactions alongside flashbacks of past events. The director Hans Canosa uses vertical split-screen throughout the entire film showing shot/reverse shot simultaneously to the viewer. The split-screen is not disconcerting and feels quite natural coupled with the film’s sparse dialog and minimal action. The acting is superb but does not compensate for the film’s predictable and over-minimalist storyline in which nothing of interest happens or is revealed about the characters. Both the man and women possess detached and cynical outlooks on life that left me feeling no connection to them, their stories or the film. 2.5/5 stars.