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.
Juliette Binoche Is Torn Between Two Lovers in Claire Denis’s Both Sides of the Blade
Fans of director Claire Denis should check the film out, but as an agnostic, I find it one of her few truly awful pictures.
From Marlon Riggs to Christo and Jeanne-Claude, What Films to Stream This September
How to see works by pioneers of queer cinema, multiple restorations of ’90s gems, and standouts of New Taiwanese Cinema.
The Best Films of the Decade
The landscape of cinema has changed immeasurably in just 10 years. These 25 picks show how.
Juliette Binoche Offers a Tantalizing Performance in Her Two Latest Films
In both High Life and Non-Fiction, Binoche is a temptress equally tender and intimidating.
Claire Denis on Black Holes, Olafur Eliasson, and the Making of High Life
“This movie is about things we know today about our own galaxy. It’s not an unknown future. It’s almost here.”
Juliette Binoche Beds and Sheds Lovers in Claire Denis’s Anti-Rom-Com
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.