Film Review: ‘Let the Sunshine In’ Luminously headlined by Juliette Binoche, Claire Denis’s delightful foray into romantic kinda-comedy retains all the director’s signature sensual delicacy.
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May 18, 2017 · “Like in a tacky bedroom farce?” a middle-aged lothario asks, bewildered, when an angry lover throws him out midway through “Bright Sunshine In.” He’s in the wrong, though he has reason
Juliette Binoche as Isabelle in Claire Denis’s Bright Sunshine In (Un beau soleil intérieur) In Claire Denis ’s Let the Sunshine In the romantic travails of a middle-aged woman back on the trail of true love after divorce are told fragmentally with an emphasis on love’s destabilising effects.
The Guardian – Back to home. (Let the Sunshine In) review – Juliette Binoche excels in grownup film 4 / 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars. eccentric relationship comedy of ideas, highly rarefied
Ms. Binoche, effortlessly charismatic and ruthlessly unvain, has no investment in the character’s likability. She and Ms. Denis could not care less what you think of her. Let the Sunshine In commits itself to taking Isabelle on her own terms.
Luckily, it remains so by the end of this exquisitely judged romantic comedy, which maps out the transient pleasures, pitfalls and emotional culs-de-sac of mid-life dating with all the close human scrutiny and hot-blooded sensual detail of her sterner dramatic work.
Let the Sunshine In (French: Un beau soleil intérieur), or Bright Sunshine In, is a 2017 French romantic comedy film directed by Claire Denis. The film is an adaptation of Roland Barthes’s 1977 text A Lover’s Discourse: Fragments (French: Fragments d’un discours amoureux).
Based on: Fragments d’un discours amoureux, by Roland Barthes
From there, however, Bright Sunshine In slips into an odd pattern of intentionally stilted conversation, as Binoche talks and talks and talks her way in and out of companionship. It seems fair to assert that there is more dialogue in this movie than in all of Denis’ earlier ones combined.
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If the humor in “Bright Sunshine In” is slightly amped up by its maker’s usual standards, it hardly reaches for its chuckles: Denis, like the best artists, knows all human life is a comedy…
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Juliet Binoche in Let the Sunshine InClaire Denis’s Let the Sunshine In charts the delightfully erratic dalliances and social sparring of a romantically wayward painter, Isabelle (Juliette Binoche), with the many men she encounters in her life (played by, among others, Xavier Beauvois, Alex Descas, and Gérard Depardieu). The film will receive its North American premiere at the New York Film Festival.
Binoche is coming off a strong year: her performance in “Bright Sunshine In” has been applauded by critics worldwide. She was nominated for a European Film Award and is vying for a Lumieres Award (France’s equivalent to the Golden Globes).
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