FILM: Let the Sunshine In (Free student screening)
Let The Sunshine In
Apr 25-28 | 2017 | France | Claire Denis | French language | 94 min
Accomplished director Claire Denis (Chocolat; Beau Travail) brings us a romantic comedy in fragments—intimate, sophisticated, extremely French and loosely based on A Lover’s Discourse by literary theorist and aesthete Roland Barthes. Unhappily divorced artist Isabelle (Juliette Binoche) persists in a repeatedly waylaid search for true love. The loose, airy narrative of this film knits together a series of her dalliances with men of various shapes, types, ages, and neuroses, with nothing in common save for the fact that they have nothing in common with Isabelle either. Smart and sexy, this is a film that imbues excitement and wonder into the emotional connections that define us all. 2017 Cannes Film Festival: Director’s Fortnight. Read more on IMDb.
FILM DISCUSSION Saturday, May 4 | 12-1 pm | Cinema
FREE STUDENT SCREENING Sunday, Apr 28 | 5 pm
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