They both tell each they are not in a relationship. Tara and Mark are asleep in bed, when they are woken by a phone call.
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To bolt, to run away in a convulsion of desperate disgust. On the way in to the museum she passes a man with a camera. The following day she discusses her issues with her mother, Alison, who is not supportive and tells her it's a phase. Mark is upset and tries to calm the children. Tara goes to the park, and this time we hear she stops to see a mother and child playing together. A following morning, Tara refuses to help with the children during breakfast. Mark questions whether she's having an affair which she denies and they argue. And then some.
It is sexist and crass, and yet the sheer physicality and rebellion of that image is not entirely wrong. She is upset, briefly, then continues to walk on.
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And so she does, taking a train to Paris and finding the real tapestries where they hang. He does wake up and she reluctantly engages in sex with him, again in distress unnoticed by Mark. They both tell each they are not in a relationship. Following a visit to the park, Mark tries to have sex with her in one of the children's rooms, which she refuses. They are interrupted by a message on Phillipe's phone. The following Saturday morning Tara wakes up early, trying not to wake up Mark. Tara walks around Paris, happy. She knocks over a jug of orange juice while tidying up breakfast for which Mark berates her. At the National Museum of the Middle Ages. A French woman, Anna, took pity on her and she spent the night at her house. Later they're having a BBQ with friends and Mark berates her for not providing drinks for the guests. The Escape is at its best before the escape. Anna counsels Tara about her life and tells her to try and change her life with her husband, but if she cannot to change her life without him.
She knocks over a jug of orange juice while tidying up breakfast for which Mark berates her. She leaves the hotel and is extremely upset and anxious.
Tara is increasingly detached and anxious. And so she does, taking a train to Paris and finding the real tapestries where they hang. Tara listens to the pleading voicemails from Mark, her children, and her mother, while crying.
Things go from bad to worse and Tara takes off on the Eurostar to Paris. Anna counsels Tara about her life and tells her to try and change her life with her husband, but if she cannot to change her life without him.
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