✯✯✯✯½ In getting a perfect grasp at what it feels like to live within the lifestyle of Juliette Binoche’s Isabelle in Let the Sunshine In, Claire Denis keeps the camera lingering at long gaps between conversations. In talking about what these moments evoke thematically, what you also are experiencing is something so clearly fragmented by [...]
Claire Denis's first English language feature remains every bit as provocative as the French auteur at her very best.
Olivier Assayas being Assayas as always, maybe to a fault.
Does far too little to provide excitement nor keep oneself engaged. (✯✯✯)
Favours uninspired action over the philosophy that defined the original. (✯✯)
Inventive one degree, conventional the other. (✯✯✯✯)