Best Picture nominee: "Amour" -- Spoiler alert! Here's a synopsis, courtesy of imdb.com and Wikipedia, in case you don't see the movie. But beware, we give away the ending!
Anne (Emmanuelle Riva) and Georges (Jean-Louis Trintignat) are retired music teachers in their 80s living in Paris. One morning, Anne goes silent. Afterward, she doesn't remember anything.
Surgery on a blocked artery leaves Anne partially paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. She makes Georges promise not to send her back to the hospital or put her in a nursing home.
One morning, as Anne's condition deteriorates, Georges tells her a story of his childhood, and then grabs a pillow and smothers Anne. He cleans and dresses her and leaves her body on the bed, taping up the door to the room.
In a surreal ending scene, Georges, who has starved himself to near-death, sees Anne again, and she tells him to follow her out of the apartment, apparently joining her in death.
The film concludes with their daughter, Eva, seated in the living room, after she had wandered slowly around the now-empty home. Watch the trailer.