The action, as it were, is mostly the exhaustively filmed grappling of two beautiful people in no-star motels.
In a world riven by war and flirting with Armageddon you’d be forgiven for wondering how the microcosmic hothouse of Fire could command your attention. The answer: director Claire Denis’s artistry.
In space, no one can hear you go extinct.
Let the Sunshine In is French filmmaker Claire Denis’s one-note ode to the power of love even when, in this case, love stinks like dead fish.
This month and into February there is a treasure trove of rare treats and great opportunities to see all kinds of film around New England.