Written and directed by Sharon Maguire -- her first work since directing Bridge Jones Diary in -- Incendiary is impossible to label. But, your subconscious will ache for Williams' performance, and though you won't properly understand why, sadness will cling to you well after the movie has ended. But then again, it's difficult to understand what needs to be resolved because nothing really makes sense. And yet, thanks mostly to a remarkably powerful performance by Michelle Williams, Incendiary's last act is fiercely moving. You may email him here or follow him on Twitter. Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. It's a forceful mediation on bereavement and the human struggle it takes to power through the death of a child, and despite the failings of everything else in the movie, Williams is so convincing that it's hard not to watch her onscreen and feel your heart break in three. But mid-coitus, the Mother looks over on the television and sees a terrorist bomb go off in the soccer stadium, killing both her husband and son. So, it's a movie about grief and guilt, right? She adores her four-year-old son, but she seems bored in her marriage to a bomb expert. No matter what happens, no matter how good a day you're having, and no matter how many moments of joy you should be experiencing, your subconscious won't allow happiness, as it continues to wrestle with some unresolved emotional scars that reared themselves during your slumber. He's in love with the mother. The next day, they have sex again, while Young Mother's husband and son are at a soccer match.