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She works all the time. No one bleeds on screen like Isabelle Huppert. Thank you for subscribing. They have it good. The action rarely leaves it, so that we feel its presence continually, overshadowing all that is said and done.
Raphaëlle Lubansu and Jérémie Renier in Nue propriété () Patrick Descamps . Joachim Lafosse's 'Private Property' portrays a family scarred by divorce.
Discover, discuss and share the world's greatest films on MUBI. Pascale is a single mother who has managed for a long time on her own. Her ex- husband Luc, who lives with his new partner and baby, still.
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Is she simply carried along on the tide of her family? Meals, we assure ourselves, "are the one time the family can get together.
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I go where I want, do what I want, nobody recognizes me, nobody can find me. And when she showers as Thierry diffidently brushes his teeth next to her, the world seems to stop a beat.
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the 'common heritage of all mankind' (Jeremy L. Z.,).
Francois does odd jobs around the house and postpones his future, Thierry goes to school, the boys play games, they laze about, they are waited on hand and foot by their mother.
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She told me how that happened: "I walked up to the studio door in Paris, knocked, and said, 'I am here. We remember Huppert's great performance in Michael Haneke's " The Piano Teacher "which won her the best actress prize at Cannes "unanimously," the jury specified.
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|She makes the dinner and washes the laundry, and every so often her former husband, Luc Patrick Descampswith whom she remains inexplicably at war, drops by with money for the sons.
Thirty years later at 54, but looking no age at all in particular, she has made 89 film and television projects. Popular Reviews Once Upon a Time Sign Up. The mother keeps making the meals, keeps ironing the clothes, keeps shuttling her sons back and forth from one destination to another like the howling, hungry infants they increasingly come to resemble.
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They live in a big country house outside a Belgian town, bought for them by her ex-husband when he left.
The film opens with Huppert, as Pascale, stripping and looking at herself intently in a mirror. The Kitchen. Lafosse shoots it without sidelong glances or shadows, letting it simply linger in the ordinary light of day.
The story's ending is brought about by actions involving the house. She told me: "When I need to escape, I get on a plane and fly to Chicago.