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First Look: Juliette Binoche In Isabel Coixet’s ‘Nobody Wants The Night,’ Opening The Berlin Film Festival

First Look: Juliette Binoche In Isabel Coixet's 'Nobody Wants The Night,' Opening The Berlin Film Festival

There should be a bigger spotlight on filmmaker Isabel Coixet. She makes small, unflashy but memorable films, like “Elegy,” “My Life Without Me,” “The Secret Life Of Words,” and more recently, “Learning To Drive,” all of which have culled the director a small but devoted following. But Coixet gets her biggest showcase yet at the upcoming Berlin International Film Festival.

Coixet’s “Nobody Wants The Night has been selected as the opening night movie at the festival. Juliette Binoche, Rinko Kikuchi and Gabriel Byrne star in a movie taking place in the Arctic seclusion of Greenland in 1908. The adventure film focuses on courageous women and ambitious men who put anything at stake for love and glory. We like both the cast and premise, so sign us up.

The Berlin Film Festival runs from February 5th to 15th.

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