- SKU: 18277597
- Release Date: 01/19/2010
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Les Rendez-Vous D'Anna
Anna (Aurore Clement) is a film director whose job takes her all over western Europe. In each place she either already has some intimate connection, or readily makes one. People seem drawn to her, but inevitably insist on sharing their inmost secrets and discontents with her, despite her obvious and profound lack of interest in these revelations. This does not deter Anna from continuing to meet people, and she genuinely connects with them occasionally, as when she sees her mother briefly in Brussels. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi
Je Tu Il Elle
Je Tu Il Elle was the first feature-length effort from avant-garde filmmaker Chantal Akerman. The story, simple in extreme, concerns a high-strung woman taking a lengthy journey through France. Her life up until now has been one huge question mark. By dwelling long and hard on every experience, she hopes to find answers during her cross-country odyssey. Chantal Akerman herself plays a major role in Je Tu Il Elle, which also features Niels Arestrup and Claire Wauthion. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
News from Home
This free-form drama offers slices from a French woman's life as she attempts to make a living in New York City. The stories unfold as a young filmmaker back in France reads the letters her mother has sent to her from the Big Apple. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi