Let the Sunshine In

Synopsis

Juliette Binoche is both incandescent and emotionally raw in Claire Denis’s extraordinary new film as Isabelle, a middle-aged Parisian artist in search of definitive love. The film moves elliptically, as though set to some mysterious bio-rhythm, from one romantic/emotional attachment to another: from the boorish married lover (Xavier Beauvois); to the subtly histrionic actor (Nicolas Duvauchelle), also married; to the dreamboat hairdresser (Paul Blain); to the gentle man (Alex Descas) not quite ready for commitment to . . . a mysterious fortune-teller.

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Playing this week

Baltimore - Charles Theatre 5

BELLINGHAM - Pickford Fillm Center

Berkeley - Shattuck Cinemas

Boca Raton - Living Room Cinema 4

Cincinnati - Esquire Theatre

Cleveland - Cedar Lee Theatre

Cleveland - Capitol Theatre

Denver - Esquire Theatre

Greensboro - Red Cinemas Midtown Stadium 15

Kansas City (Overland Park) - Rio Theatre

Lewes - Cinema Art Theatre

Laguna Niguel - Directors Cut Cinema

Los Angeles - Laemmle Royal

Los Angeles - Lammle Playhouse 7

Los Angeles - Laemmle Town Center 5

Miami - Coral Gables Art Cinema

Miami - Through May 20 - Cosford Cinema

Minneapolis - Uptown Theatre

Montclair - Through May 20 - Clairidge Cinemas

New York - Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center

New York - IFC Center

New York (Kew Gardens) - Kew Gardens Cinema

Overland Park - Rio Theatre

Phoenix - Harkins Shea 14

Portland - Living Room Theaters

ROCHESTER - The Little Theater

Roslyn - Roslyn Cinemas 4

San Francisco - Opera Plaza Cinemas

San Francisco (Berkeley) - Shattuck Cinemas

San Rafael - Film Center

Santa Cruz - Nickelodeon 4

St. Helena - Cameo Cinema (Through May 24)

Waterville - Railroad Square Cinema 3

West Newton - West Newton Cinema 6

Williamstown - Images Cinema

Albuquerque - Guild Cinema

Opens May 25

Chapel Hill - Chelsea Theater

Hollywood - Savor Cinema

Daytona Beach - Cinematique

Omaha - Film Streams at the Ruth Sokoof Theater

Santa Fe - CCA Cinematheque

Tucson - The Loft Cinema

Coming soon in June

Baltimore - Parkway Theatre - Baltimore

Boulder - Boedecker Theater - Dairy Center for the Arts

Fort Worth - Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Oklahoma City - June 16-17 - Oklahoma City Museum of Art