Claire Denis makes films with little dialogue but lots of plot, so to speak, telling stories that drift instead of drive, eager to elide narrative. This is not to say her films lack coherence. Rather, their elliptical structure refuses "easy" digestion or dismissal.
Born in Paris but raised in Afr
As an audience, we have learned to expect standard portions of plot, characters, and action when we go to the movies. These elements, coupled with the logic of the satisfying (if not happy) ending, have become the criteria by which we evaluate our experiences as film consumers. Perhaps this is why An
A perpetual innovator who indelibly altered the nature of his craft, French director Jean-Luc Godard stood at the forefront of the French New Wave, the late-1950s movement that included Fran'ois Truffaut, Eric Rohmer, and other former film critics from the journal Cahiers du Cinema who refracted the