Let the Sunshine In:
One Love BARE
Claire Denis’s Let the Sunshine In (2017) is one of the great films about middle-aged loneliness…
The Criterion Collection
In this, their first collaboration, Denis and Binoche explore the reality of what it means for an older woman to be so consistently, unapologetically open…
The Woman With a Thousand Faces
A look across the beguiling career of the most celebrated contemporary French actress…
Isabelle, Parisian artist, divorced mother, is looking for love,
true love at last...
Loosely inspired by Roland Barthe's A Lovers Discourse, Claire Denis and the novelist Christine Angot created a moody and wistful romantic dramedy featuring Juliette Binoche in one of her most compelling and demanding roles.
Denis and Angot drew from their own lives and experiences to explore the romantic and amorous relationships of a woman in her fifties, recently divorced, and in search of a meaningful love. A love that is relevant and moving. A love that resonates physically and emotionally.
Un Beau Soleil Intérieur premièred as the opening night film of the 2017 Directors' Fortnight at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival to warm and enthusiastic reviews before screening at the New York and London Film Festivals later in the year.
Denis, le voyant
French trailer with English subtitles
US trailer with English subtitles
Korean trailer #1
Korean trailer #2
Korean trailer #3
UK trailer with English subtitles
Spanish teaser #1
Spanish teaser #2
Juliette Binoche & Claire Denis talk about
Un Beau Soleil Intérieur
Juliette Binoche talks about Un Beau Soleil Intérieur (FR)
Juliette Binoche talks about Un Beau Soleil Intérieur
at the Lincoln Centre New York
Claire Denis talks about Un Beau Soleil Intérieur (FR)
"Le taxi" by Stuart A. Staples
"Le clairvoyant" by Stuart A. Staples