Daniel lives with Isabelle for more than twenty years. Their conjugal life seems to be harmonious and balanced until the day Daniel’s friend, Patrick, insists to introduce Emma, a young woman for whom he left his wife. Daniel does not imagine how this young woman will question his certainties.
Would he dare to rebuild his life like his friend? All hypotheses appear in his mind and he’s already dreaming up about being in the girl’s arms in Venice or Barcelona. The dream takes precedence over reality. The Other Woman plays with differences between men and women’s perceptions and appears as a brilliant tribute to love.