• Greek Title Η λιακάδα μέσα μου
  • English Title Let the sunshine in
  • Original Title Un beau soleil interieur
  • Year: 2017
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Country: France
  • Duration: 94'
  • Director: Claire Denis
  • Scriptwriter: Claire Denis & Christine Angot (εμπνευσμένο από βιβλίο του Roland Barthes
  • Cinematography: Agnès Godard
  • Editing: Guy Lecorne
  • Music / Score: Stuart A Staples
  • Sound: Jean-Paul Muguel
  • Cast: Juliette Binoche, Xavier Beauvois, Philippe Katerine, Josiane Balasko, Sandrine Dumas, Nicolas Duvauchelle, Alex Descas, Laurent Grévill, Bruno Podalydès, Paul Blain, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Gérard Depardieu
  • Production: Olivier Delbosc, Curiosa Films
  • Co-production: FD Production, Ad Vitam, Versus Production
  • Awards: SACD Prize (Directors' Fortnight), Cannes Film Festival
  • Color: Color
  • Audio: Sound
  • Language: French
  • Format: DCP
  • Print Source: Filmtrade
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Inspired by Roland Barthes' book A Lover's Discourse:Fragments, the film is about love and companionship. Isabelle is a middle-aged artist and a divorced mother, who despite the setbacks, continues to radiate lust and seek love in the faces and words of her acquaintances. Godard's photo highlights the beauty of the protagonist Juliette Binoche and gives the faces of the other characters their uniqueness, even if they do not have what Isabelle is ultimately looking for.

Award-winning French screenwriter and director Claire Denis was born in Paris but grew up in various African countries until the age of 12. She began her film career as an assistant director in films by Robert Enrico, Wim Wenders, Costa Gavras, Jacques Rivet and Jim Jarmusch.

The French Agnès Godard (1951) studied journalism before turning to cinematography. Initially, she worked as a cameraperson alongside important cinematographers and directors such as Robby Müller, Henri Alekan, Wim Wenders, Peter Greenaway and others. Her personal style developed with her long-term collaboration with director Claire Dennis. In her words: “I like to look at people, in order to love them”. In 2021, at the Cannes Film Festival, she was awarded the
Pierre Angénieux Tribute for her contribution to world cinema.



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