Dying well is the best revenge, at least for the title suicide of Mexican filmmaker Mariana Chenillo's wry comedy. She plans her exit to coincide with Passover, forcing her ex-husband, José (Fernando Luján), to delay the interment for five days. Not that he's religious — or even much interested in fulfilling his dead ex's wishes. But Nora has planned everything so meticulously, labeling every dish for the seder in the refrigerator and inviting all the guests, that there's no escape. She's as controlling in death as she was in life. Among those who show up are José and Nora's weak-willed son and his straitlaced wife, the judgmental rabbi who doesn't approve of burying suicides, Nora's psychiatrist (who might have been more than just a therapist), and the helpful staff of the Cemetery of Jesus. Is Nora seeking to reconcile everyone? Or, as José insists, is she out to ruin their lives? Chenillo maintains a tone of gentle absurdity until the sentimental ending.