Directed by Claire Denis
94 mins M
Loosely based on Roland Barthes’s A Lovers Discourse and an award winner at Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, Let the Sunshine In is a sophisticated romantic comedy examining female companionship and sexual desire.
What reads like a standard romantic comedy premise is transformed, in the hands of master filmmaker Denis, into something altogether deeper, more poignant, and perceptive about the profound mysteries of love.
Academy Award winner Juliette Binoche is Isabelle, a Parisian artist and middle-aged divorcee moving from relationship to relationship: from her ex-husband
for whom she still has affection; the caddish banker (Xavier Beauvois) who bosses her around; and the handsome actor (Nicolas Duvauchelle) who has
an inability to make a decision. Hungry for love but afraid of never having a meaningful relationship with a man again, Isabell grapples with the keys
to fulfilment. Joined by an illustrious cast, including Gerard Depardieu and Josiane Balasko, Binoche is radiant as a woman yearning to find happiness
at a time when it feels like a rare commodity.
“Binoche is amazingly good in this role and it's no small thing for a contemporary film to celebrate the sexuality of a middle-aged woman. But Juliette's self-absorption becomes somewhat tiresome after a while”. - David Stratton, The Australian
“[An] elegantly observed romance about a divorced woman searching for "one real love" in a city of lupine losers”. – Peter Howell, Toronto Star
“The filmmaker and her character are equally untethered, enquiring women, not so much concerned with securing a definitive answer as engaging with the possibilities raised by their searches”. – Craig Mathieson, The Sunday Age
In 2017 NFS purchased and donated two Canon digitial cameras to Noosa District High School for their Film, Television and New Media students. Here is one of the genre trailers presented at their end of year 'Noscars' event - Agent of A.S.S. by Ben Axiak.
Don't miss The Chaperone,Top End Wedding and Poms and coming up at the end of May, Rocketman.
For details and screening times, please visit the Noosa Cinemas website.
Wednesday screening times are 10:00am; 2:30pm; 5:00pm and 7:15pm. Monday screening times are 10:00am and 6:30pm (with allocated seating). Please give yourself plenty of time to park and buy your choc tops!
May 22, 27; June 12, 17, 26; July 17, 22, 31; August 14, 219, 28; September 11, 16; October 9, 23, 28; November 13, 18, 27; December 11.