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LET THE SUNSHINE IN (0N DEMAND & IN THEATRES (FRENCH: ENGLISH SUBTITLES)

Juliette Bincohe’s giftedness as an actor is squandered in this trite, supposed romantic journey; director Claire Denis (“White Material”) focus on “Isabelle’s” (Binoche), a talented artist, quest for “Mr. Goodbar”, lacks electricity, intelligence, titillation; Isabelle is divorced with a ten-year-old daughter, looking for love in “all the wrong places”; bed-bouncing from one meaningless relationship to another, losing bits and pieces of her core with each assignation. Not lost on viewers is that her heart is always exposed (not on her sleeve) but with plunging t-shirts, advertising her openness to Cupid and unappealing vulnerability.

 

On the heels of “RBG” one could not help but wonder if Isabelle had concentrated on her painting, all the other facets of her life would have eventually coalesced, dissipating nimbus clouds, letting the sunshine in.

 

TWO STARS!!

 

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