In a high-rise apartment in Paris, four men and one woman gather to share their experiences of a man with whom they have all been either romantically or sexually involved. All five of them fell in love, but were ultimately betrayed. In the main room, they talk, drink, and dance. One by one, each of them goes into another room to confront this man - and share in a private moment of truth and revelation. But what happens between the monster and the individual characters remains their secret. From Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau, the acclaimed filmmakers behind The Adventures of Felix and Paris 05:59: Theo and Hugo, Don't Look Down is a riveting new mystery about secret desires and the ways we change when we're falling in love - and how we expect our partners to do the same.