Let the Sunshine In
- 1h 34min
- Directed by: Claire Denis
- Cast: Juliette Binoche, Philippe Katerine, Xavier Beauvois
Isabelle (Binoche) is a powerfully sexy middle-aged woman who for some reason can’t find a half-decent mate; on this farcical plot, Denis hangs an idiosyncratic, empathetic and intimate comedy, adapted from Roland Barthes’ A Lover’s Discourse with a wonderful sense of the absurd. Binoche is self-deprecating and achingly human.
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Let the Sunshine In22 Feb 2018
GFF 2018: Juliette Binoche dazzles in Claire Denis's intimate and empathetic farce
The midlife dating game comes under the incomparable scrutiny of Claire Denis in this idiosyncratic and empathetic French farce which takes a dim view of romantic relations and skewers the pomposity of the artistic set.
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