Harmonizing Bastards


French filmmaker Claire Denis exhibits the unspoken elements of our world through cinema. Works like “Beau Travail” showed paranoia of homosexuality in men and “Trouble Every Day” explored existentialism through modern-day cannibalism. Her newest drama “Bastards,” which premiered at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and New York Film Festival, exposes the corruption of our divided society: money makes people powerful and weak. Her indirect political and psychological voice transmits in her first foray into digital storytelling. The opening scene of a downpour of rain fumes a sense of danger and insecurity. Read more...

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