France | 2013 | Bruno Dumont
Juliette Binoche is “mesmerizing” (Variety) in the new film from the director of Humanité and Hadewijch. Binoche plays emotionally troubled sculptor Camille Claudel, one-time model and lover of Auguste Rodin. Now confined to a mental institution, she tries to convince her doctor that she is sane, while waiting in hope for her poet brother, Paul Claudel. “Possibly Dumont’s finest.” –Film Comment.
97 min. Subtitles. Blu-ray. Cleveland premiere.
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