Vendredi Soir

Director Claire Denis rediscovers her personal vision after the debacle that was Trouble Every Day. With echoes of Godard's Weekend, it's an erotic tone poem in which a woman stuck in a rainy Paris traffic jam picks up a man for a mutually satisfying one-night stand. That's the entire plot, but the auteur's intensity makes every moment telling and tactile.

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Director Claire Denis rediscovers her personal vision after the debacle that was Trouble Every Day. With echoes of Godard’s Weekend, it’s an erotic tone poem in which a woman stuck in a rainy Paris traffic jam picks up a man for a mutually satisfying one-night stand. That’s the entire plot, but the auteur’s intensity makes every moment telling and tactile.

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