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    Isabelle Huppert on Embracing the Darkness in Breillat's 'Abuse of Weakness,' Genet's 'The Maids' with Blanchett

    Isabelle Huppert is something of an enigma. The Cannes and Cesar-winning actress plays women whose strength resides in some depraved inner core. And that perversity threatens to drive her characters deep into the void, as in Haneke's "The Piano Teacher," or into the light as in her new film with Cat...

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    Watch: 44-Minute Talk With Isabelle Huppert And John Waters

    We're not sure who's idea it was, but well done. A couple of weeks back, to help promote Catherine Breillat's "Abuse Of Weakness," the folks at Film Society of Lincoln Center had the terrific idea to get John Waters to interview the film's star Isabelle Huppert. And now you can watch that entire con...

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    Munich Film Festival to Honor Isabelle Huppert with Lifetime Achievement Award

    The festival will also screen the French actress' latest film, "Paris Follies."

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    Review: Well-Written, Beautifully Performed 'Dormant Beauty' Starring Isabelle Huppert

    The sanctity of life is one of the thorniest subjects of the 20th century, and seems certain to continue to be so for decades to come. One only has to look over the continuing debate in terms of contraception and abortion, among the most divisive and emotional issues in American politics (or, indeed...

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    Cannes Review: 'The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby: Them' Starring Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy & Isabelle Huppert

    The existence of "The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby" is one of the strangest things in recent American cinema. A first time writer-director, Ned Benson, managed to attract a killer cast at his first time at bat. The film, a New York-set relationship drama, was conceived, shot and screened at TIFF a...

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    COLCOA Review: Isabelle Huppert Is All Strength in 'Abuse of Weakness'

    The title of the film may be “Abuse of Weakness,” but Isabelle Huppert’s performance as a filmmaker who suffers a stroke and then gets willingly conned by an ex-con is nothing but strong and steely-nerved. Which, of course, is to be expected from one of film’s best living actresses.

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    Old and New: Marco Bellocchio Series At Museum of Modern Art

    A living Italian master, Marco Bellocchio creates work that lives most vividly at the place where family meets politics, where private emotions challenge institutions including -- and especially -- the church and the state.

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    Catherine Deneuve and Many More in Rich, New "Rendez-Vous with French Cinema"

    On My Way, starring Catherine Deneuve as a divorced woman who runs away from home, has a playful, charming surface and emotional depth that sneaks up on you – which makes it the ideal choice to open "Rendez-Vous with French Cinema," the Film Society of Lincoln Center and UniFrance's annual program o...

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