Let the Sunshine In / Un Beau Soleil Interieur

29/9/2017, 20:30, Danaos 1

A divorced woman is searching for love in a Paris that appears to have lost all signs of romance. What are the odds of her finding what she is looking for in any of the following candidates: a cynical banker, a charming actor, her ex husband and a one-night stand? Spirited and humorous, Denis' most fun-loving film offers up one of Juliette Binoche's best performances as well as featuring Gérard Depardieu and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi in surprise roles . The film won the Director's Fortnight award at the recent Cannes Film Festival.
Actress Sandrine Dumas in attendance

Let The Sunshine In

A divorced woman is looking desperately for love, for the slightest romance or a spark of passion in the city of Paris that seems to have forgotten how to mate. But what are the chances for her to find what she’s looking for amongst a cynical banker that courts her persistently, a charming but insecure actor, her ex husband and an unexpected flirt.

The lightest and most delightful Claire Denis’ film, where even the most serious situations are embellished with humor. An impressive cast (Gerard Depardieu, Josiane Balasko, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi and Sandrine Dumas) in unexpected performances – take notice of one of Juliette Binoche’s greatest performances. The film won an award at the Directors’ Fortnight at 2017 Cannes Film Festival.

Director: Claire Denis
Screenwriters: Christine Angot, Claire Denis
DoP: Agnes Godard
Music: Stuart A. Staples
Editor: Guy Lecorne
Principal Cast: Juliette Binoche, Gerard Depardieu, Josiane Balasko, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Philippe Katerine, Alex Descas

France | 2017 | Color | DCP | 94’ | French