Even as it veers towards the extremes of its climax, Elle remains oddly, deeply, remarkably human
Low-key, wryly funny and sensitive, Louder Than Bombs is a powerful portrait of the aftermath of devastating grief
In 1760s Enlightenment France, it isn’t easy being the youngest daughter of a genteelly impoverished minor aristocratic family.
I had high hopes for this film, but by the end I was left feeling frustrated and bored.
Isabelle Huppert never appears to stop working. She's constantly busy and, by the end of the year, will have starred in four movies along with an episode of Law &...
Set in Cambodia in 1931, this mediocre French drama, adapted from Marguerite Duras's first novel, stars Huppert as a single mother experiencing severe financial problems regarding the upkeep of her farm.