Two years after her death in a car crash, the husband and sons of famed war photographer Isabelle Reed (Isabelle Huppert) are still trying to cope with their loss. Gene (Gabriel Byrne) struggles as a single parent, but is taking his first hopeful steps towards a new relationship. Jonah (Jesse Eisenberg), the elder son, has just had a baby of his own and finds the transition from child to parent more than a little daunting. The younger son, Conrad (Devin Druid), is a typical teenager, wearing his alienation as a badge of honor and resisting his father’s every attempt to connect. On the occasion of a major retrospective of Isabelle’s work, all three men are flooded with memories, and secrets are unearthed—most notably the truth behind the mysterious circumstances of her death. Shifting between past and present, and juxtaposing external reality with glimpses into the interior lives of each of its four major characters, Louder Than Bombs is a stunningly intimate portrait of parents and children and the many things that tear them apart and bring them together. With Amy Ryan and David Strathairn. The English-language debut of celebrated Norwegian director Joachim Trier (Reprise, Oslo, August 31st).