Just as sex with a revolutionary does not make one revolutionary, a penchant for setting films in developing countries does not make Denis a resident expert.
Fans of director Claire Denis should check the film out, but as an agnostic, I find it one of her few truly awful pictures.
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In both High Life and Non-Fiction, Binoche is a temptress equally tender and intimidating.
“This movie is about things we know today about our own galaxy. It’s not an unknown future. It’s almost here.”
Let the Sunshine In is a rom-com only insofar as our heroine, a successful painter and divorcee, drinks and sleeps with a lot of men and frets about it later; but the laughs are few and the sighs are heavy.