Claire Denis, Let the Sunshine In, 2017 (still); photo: courtesy IFC Films


Let the Sunshine In

Part of Modern Cinema: Claire Denis

“Juliette Binoche is both incandescent and emotionally raw as Isabelle, a middle-aged Parisian artist in search of definitive love. The film moves elliptically, as though set to some mysterious bio-rhythm, from one romantic/emotional attachment to another. Appropriately enough, Let the Sunshine In feels like it’s been lit from within; it was lit from without by Denis’s longtime cinematographer Agnès Godard. It is also very funny.”
— New York Film Festival

Film Details

Country: France/Belgium
Language: French
Year: 2017
Running time: 95 min
Format: DCP
Director: Claire Denis
Screenwriters: Christine Angot, Claire Denis
Producer: Olivier Delbosc
Cinematographer: Agnès Godard
Editor: Guy Lecorne
Source: IFC Films

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