"Hail Mary" and Jacques Dwayne, "Family Life," both began in 1985, making their international debut in the English-language film "The Unbearable Style of Being." This is the first European actor to win the "Triple Crown of Acting" (winner of three Oscars, Tony and Amy) in his thirty-five years of brilliant presence in cinema, he has stepped on many stereotypes, has been a source of inspiration and surprise for the audience and with his amazing performances Made you cry or laugh. Binoche, one of France's top actors and certainly one of Europe's best (and a little overrated) actors, has proven in English and French-language cinema that his presence has had a huge impact on the success of mainstream and independent art films.
In most of his films, in which he has generally played the role of artist, painter, sculptor, etc., Binoche expresses such hidden human feelings as need, a strong desire to cross the boundaries imposed by others, so honestly and boldly. , Shows nakedness, which easily creates a sense of empathy in the audience. According to Kristen Stuart, her co-star in "Clouds of Maria Maria", Binoche stares into the audience's eyes and tells the truth. If we have seen this honesty and boldness in the early stages of her career in hot love stories, over time, it is as if her roles have grown old with her and have reached a deep inner exploration, focusing only on the external characteristics of women; As we have seen in films such as "Clouds of Silesia Maria", "Waiting" and "High Life", in which he has a supporting role.
He has chosen roles throughout his artistic career. Who emotionally experience the two ends of the spectrum; Dignity and rebellion, cheerfulness and misery, self-awareness and freedom. From weeping emotional dramas, heartbreaking tragedies, or stories depicting the details of European daily life to the background of the social reform movement, Binoche gradually plays roles centered on issues such as loss of identity, infertility, loss of attractiveness, and so on. Now, out of the nearly seventy appearances of Juliette Binoche in some of the world's best films, let's take a look at her twelve enduring portraits.
Let the sun come in you (Un beau Soleil intrieur)
- Product 2017, France
- Director: Claire Dennis
- Other Actors: Zavie Boa, Gerard Depardieu, Nicolas Dovschel
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 87%
He is desperately looking for love, but it is not limited to this, he is deeply connected with his own femininity. It seems that every time he experiences failure, his desire and commitment to enter into new experiences increases. He knows himself and what makes him feel good. The same sense of calm and uneasiness that creates the contradiction is a testament to the wide range of Binoche's abilities as an actor. "He's like a solid rock," says Claire Dennis, the film's director (who also co-starred in "High Life"). My trust in him is comradeship, strength and power. The whole film can rely on him. Therefore, difficult and risky plans can be given to him. If you are not strong, you are not in danger. Binoche is vulnerable because he has courage. "
2. Clouds of Sils Maria
- Product 2014, France, Germany , Switzerland
- Director: Olivier Asayas
- Other Cast: Kristen Stewart, Chloe Grace Mortz, Lars Edinger
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 91%
In another of his daring appearances on the screen in "Clouds of Maria Maria", which is partly inspired by his own life, Binoche plays the role of a celebrity named Maria, who divorces his wife and his assistant. (Kristen Stewart) is on her way to Switzerland to honor a theater director who is an old friend of his and who experienced his first stage appearance as a young man. Along the way, it is reported that his friend has passed away, and he nevertheless attends the ceremony against his will. Here we are again faced with a believable binoculars, but this time in the role of an actor, an actor who is also egocentric and at the same time skilled in acting, he is tired of what is going on behind the scenes. Twenty years ago, she quickly became famous for her role as a charming young girl named Sigrid in her recently deceased friend. It makes her play suicide.
Even as an audience, you can not easily accept that the still beautiful and attractive Juliette Binoche, in addition to the maturity of middle age, plays the role of a woman who, at the instigation of an ambitious girl, commits self-destruction. See. Especially after meeting a young girl (Chloe Grace Mortz) who is going to play the role of Sigrid in the new version of the play. This is a challenge that can easily be believed to be in the way of Binoche, and not just Maria of the film. The reflection of the past and the present, and how life is like a circle, is the enigma of the psychological drama The Clouds of Maria Maria. Helena's offer of the role to Maria condemns her to face personality weaknesses and professional jealousies; The tension he has with his assistant also complicates the puzzle. He has no choice but to break his ego and accept the departure of his assistant, which makes it easier for him.
3. Red balloon flight (Le voyage du ballon rouge)
- Product 2007, France, Taiwan
- Director: Hu Xiao-shin
- Other Actors: Simon Iteno, Hippo Girardo, Feng Sang
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 82%
A film about cultural patterns (English: Flight of the Red Balloon) that tells the story of a French family from the perspective of a Chinese student. Binoche plays Susan, a puppet director who lives with her son Simone (Simone Etno) in an apartment in Paris. Susan, who is producing a Chinese puppet show based on an ancient Chinese text, hires a Chinese film student named Sang (Feng Sang) to take care of her children. Song, who is working on a university project, a short film in honor of The Red Balloon, the famous 1956 film by French director Albert Lamoureux, has a good relationship with the mother and son. The whole movie is about a red kite that follows Sang and Simon in their adventures.
4. Waiting (L'attesa)
- Product 2015, Italy, France
- Director: Piero Massina
- Other Actors: Le Do Lage, Giorgio Colangelli
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 71%
Drama The Wait by The Assistant Director Paolo Sorrentino in The Great Beauty is a free adaptation of two works by Luigi Pirandello, the Nobel Prize-winning Italian novelist, set in Sicily around a mother named Anna (Binoche). She is about to lose her son and it is difficult for her to give the news to her son-in-law (Lou de Lodge) who has come to see them for the Easter holidays. In this film, which is also extraordinary in terms of character development and filming, we see one of Binoush's best role-plays. "If you want to see an accurate representation of the intricacies of the human soul, watch Ms. Binoche in this film," says Mike Lesal of the San Francisco Chronicle of Binoche. Chocolate (Chocolat)
- Product 2000, UK, USA
- Director: Lasse Hallstrm
- Other Actors: Johnny Depp, Lena I, Alfred Molina
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 62%
Movie Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture and nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, the French/English-language comedy-drama based on the novel of the same name by Joan Harris (published in 1999) tells the story of a mysterious chocolate cook with a girl. Kuchak narrates that at the beginning of the fasting season, they set foot in a fictional French city and start their own confectionery.
What could be better than an exotic role for Binoche in a dreadful city? A strange woman who speaks of love and friendship in the sweet language of chocolate with the strict people of a village. Although the locals do not welcome this attractive and funny woman and her liberal behavior at the beginning of her arrival, the valuable legacy she carries from her grandmother is so powerful that she finally manages to stand up against the dry and cumbersome traditions and the hearts of the people. The village, even priests and men who are strangers with love, to win.
6. Hidden (Cach)
- Product 2005, France, Austria, Germany, Italy
- Director: Michael Hanke
- Other Actors: Daniel Otto, Annie Girardo, Maurice Benishou, Daniel Duvall, Natalie Richard
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 89%
- Product 2010, France, Italy, Belgium
- Director: Abbas Kiarostami
- Other Actors: William Schimmel
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 89%
- Made in 1988, USA
- Director: Philip Kaufman
- Other Actors: Daniel DeLouis, Lena O'Neill
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 85%
- 2013, France >
- Director: Bruno Dumont
- Other Actors: Jean-Luc Vincent
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 80%
- Product 1996, USA, UK
- Director: Anthony Mingla
- Other Cast: Ralph Fiennes, Christine Scott Thomas, Navin Andrews, Willem Dafoe, Colin Firth
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 85%
- 1991, France Director: Luis Carax The French-language film
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This French-language psychological trailer (Hidden) Carrying the title of one of the best films of the 2000s and the top 100 films of the 21st century from the BBC's point of view, it has won three awards at the Cannes Film Festival, including the Best Director Award, and has been nominated and won numerous other awards. The film, made in protest of the French government's denial of the 1961 Paris massacre, is an allusion to concepts such as the torment of collective conscience, collective memory, and a statement addressing the Algerian war and colonialism.
7. Copy Conforme
Naturally a source of happiness Binoche has won the Cannes Award for Best Actress for a film directed by an Iranian and at the same time, one of the best works of this French actress. In this film, he plays the role of an antique dealer named Ellie, who joins a writer named James Miller (William Schimmel), whose relationship with him is not clear. So the film is largely personal. The film begins with the signing ceremony of Miller's book of the same title in Tuscany, Italy; An author who believes that nothing is "original" because everything, even Da Vinci's famous painting, The Mona Lisa Smile, is a copy of something else. Eli, who is present at the ceremony to have the author sign his book for him, pays attention to Miller, and they drive to Ellie to explore the city, and Miller signs his books.
Although this conversation The couple has been married since then, like a couple talking, why it is not clear whether the two are really married or not, is exactly the point that surprises the audience. Binoche, who plays a lonely and dissatisfied woman in this film, uses her skill in emotional play and then becomes too irritable to confuse us in distinguishing between reality and acting. p>
8. The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Creates. But like most of the vulnerable characters he plays, Tersa is by no means merciful. Of course, this owes much to Binoche's beauty, which is dignified and brilliant even when she cries or desperately asks her lover not to leave her. This ability is also due to his quick flexibility that the women he plays are as irreducible as real-life people.
9. Camille Claudel 1915
Binoche in one of the few From 2010 onwards, in this French-language biographical film, he plays the role of Camille Claudel, a French sculptor in 1915 in France, who, despite his sanity, is forcibly admitted to a nursing home by his family. Kami, who was the student and mistress of Auguste Rodin, the famous French sculptor, after separating from him, destroys all his works, including his sculptures, and apparently becomes paranoid. He spends the rest of his life with the label of a madman who has never been and never has been. Binoche's role in this film is a visual delight and he has performed the character transformation well. Bruno Domon uses Binoche's girlish manner as a weapon in a story about a middle-aged woman who is involved and insane in her past. Watching this movie is like flipping through a history book.
10. The English Patient
Anthony Mingla's romantic war epic drama, based on the novel of the same name by Michael Ondatier, the Canadian poet and writer from Sri Lanka, was the first and only Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for Binoche. In a film that has been well-received by both audiences and critics alike, she plays Hannah, a French nurse in the battle of Italy during World War II, who is currently in charge of caring for English disease in Italian monasteries. The famous protagonist of this story (Ralph Fiennes), who seems to be a drawing member of the Royal Society of Geography, speaks with an English accent and is so burned that his face is indistinguishable. He tells his nurse the story of his life and failed pre-war love affair with a woman named Katherine (Christine Scott Thomas), but he is the only one who knows with flashbacks the whole story and the patient's true identity, not the nurse and the man who The end of the film is suspicious of him.
This English/German/Italian/Arabic-language film has won more than a dozen Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor in a Leading Role. It is one of the top 55 British films of the twentieth century. The love story of this film, although tragic, is captivating. Fines and Binoche shine.
11. Les Amants du Pont-Neuf