| Release Date: April 27, 2018
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epikvideoApr 29, 2018
Slow moving, dull, lingering nonsense at times. Not even Juliette could save this.
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NVjeanetteJun 23, 2018
sexually incontinent men interact with emotionally & sexually incontinent woman peppered with oblique strings of words that attempt to pass for conversation. watching expressions flit across juliette binoche's face is actually mesmerizingsexually incontinent men interact with emotionally & sexually incontinent woman peppered with oblique strings of words that attempt to pass for conversation. watching expressions flit across juliette binoche's face is actually mesmerizing for up to maybe 30 minutes, so i didn't tank my score. Expand
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TVJerryMay 28, 2018
Warning! This is a very French film, meaning lots of talk and a dash of sex. Juliette Binoche plays an artist (although it doesn't really matter) who runs thru several men trying to find a connection. As is typical, she's lovely and sexy,Warning! This is a very French film, meaning lots of talk and a dash of sex. Juliette Binoche plays an artist (although it doesn't really matter) who runs thru several men trying to find a connection. As is typical, she's lovely and sexy, while most of the men are neither. There's lots of dialogue about life and love, but it's just a painful exercise in human observation. The only interesting thing is that the closing credits run over the last scene, which at least makes the whole affair a bit shorter. In French with subtitles. Expand
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GreatMartinMay 15, 2018
If a movie is a love story, whether it be about lost love, a new love, falling in love, falling out of love, not knowing love, I am there. Add Juliette Binoche and it is a movie I must see. Not all movies about love are good and Binoche hasIf a movie is a love story, whether it be about lost love, a new love, falling in love, falling out of love, not knowing love, I am there. Add Juliette Binoche and it is a movie I must see. Not all movies about love are good and Binoche has made a couple of bad movies but she is always worth watching and this goes for the French film "Un beau soleeil interieur" known in the USA as "Let The Sunshine In" which is a bad film but she looks great! In her search for love whether it be with her ex, a married man, an actor or a pickup it doesn't take long to realize that the men she goes after are just the same as she is--not willing to commit!

The film opens with a typical, take for granted, scene of two people having sex and discussing if they did or will climax. The man is married and will not leave his wife because she is 'extraordinary'. Next is the actor who she seduces and this beautiful and smart woman continues on the merry-go-round of bed-hopping leading to nowhere. She does not get what she wants or needs from the men and they get neither from her.

I know I didn't fall asleep--I don't--but all of a sudden Binoche is sitting across from Gerard Depardieu who is either psychic, a psychologist, a soothsayer or something else as in the last 10 minutes they talk and the credits scroll across their faces.

Can you remember the last good film you saw about love? The only one that comes to mind for me is "Love, Simon"!

The acting from Binoche, Xavier Beauvois as the married man, Nicolas Duvachelle as the actor and Laurent Grevill as her ex and Bruno Podalydes as an artist are fine but the movie isn't.
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juliewuMay 26, 2018
If you dislike French culture this movie will confirm your taste. 1/2 way through my friend said "Every person in this movie is an a-hole" and I had to agree. Binoche plays a 50 yr old who is emotionally 15-- & her idiocy makes the entireIf you dislike French culture this movie will confirm your taste. 1/2 way through my friend said "Every person in this movie is an a-hole" and I had to agree. Binoche plays a 50 yr old who is emotionally 15-- & her idiocy makes the entire movie feel fake (how can an artist and older woman be this stupid about men?!?) Expand
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