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  1. mikong's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    4.5 we are peeping through the crack in the logic that divides fiction and reality comparable to kiarostami's close up. this device in the narrative transitively pushes our perception of binoche's character/binoche's pain and agony more. are they rehearsing or they are really saying it? the tension between binochet's strong and stewart's subdued personality is just powerful af

  2. kartina obskura's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    that feeling when you wanna buy drink to every person who rated this higher than 3 stars

  3. Adam GR's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    It's charming that Kristen Stewart has a César for this. I like the relationships and revelations between these three women. It's existential and trivial. Not too meaty of a story though.

  4. revelintheview's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    Assayas creates a very specific world, enlivens it with two very specific and complex women, encourages thought and discussion with heady, didactic dialogue, and shifts the core themes of its story from audience, to real world, to film, to film within the film, and so forth until we feel lost in the ideas of something just as actors do when their work inspires them.

  5. Maria Salomia's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

  6. Mister No's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

  7. Landen Celano's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

  8. HKFanatic's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    "Sils Maria" takes place in a glamorous, surface-level world of avant garde actors and playwrights, a world most viewers will likely have a hard time relating to - thankfully, the story is anchored by Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart, who share terrific chemistry. Stewart, in particular, has never been better, and the scene of Binoche laughing at how seriously Stewart takes superhero movies is an all-time great.

  9. spasmolytic's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    This one. Don't know what to say because I don't know wtf this film even exists for. None of the characters were likeable. But it's so complex it's kind of awe-inspiring. Mental masturbation pure and simple. Three stars for it's sheer intricacy and K-Stew in a thong.

  10. nessa's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

  11. emanuela's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    film nel film a me piace davvero tanto la musica giusta con la fotografia giusta. kris non mi piace, e per di più con il suo stile da sciatta come nella vita reale. la binoche .... spettacolo!

  12. Pedro Soares's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    rewatch: definetly a 4. kristen stewart is superb! i absolutely loved the rehearsing parts, and it's amazing how you constantly lose sense of them being rehearsing or being actually meaning what they are saying

  13. †. Kennedy Pope's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    Clouds is a thoughtful meditation on growing old and changing perspectives of one's self, as demonstrated wonderfully by Juliette Binoche's character.

  14. Madeleine Davis's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

  15. David Sindmark Hörnfeldt's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    I saw this at the Gothenburg International Film Festival, and managed to pester the director afterwards, who was present, and was yelled at by some manager type person that he had to go on. I liked the film a lot, as well.

  16. janh24's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    A very fine film about film, though it really does lose a certain something in all of its garrulousness.

  17. Michael Peer's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    An intimate look into the life an aging actress, a personal assistant, and an up-and-coming rival. While Clouds of Sils Maria is incredibly meta, it never becomes distracting. Material like this could be totally over the top, but Assayas' never succumbs to those trappings. Some of the material comes off as flat or too on the nose. Nevertheless, each actor is fully committed and riveting within their own characters.

  18. hemachandra's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    now that's how you deliver a meta-drama!

  19. brain goosebump's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    i can already hear the legions of undergraduates writing breathless essays unpacking this movie for their french film classes

  20. itchycoil's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    the ending skinned me alive

  21. truffraud's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    ambiguity is useful until it passes a line of confusion and indecipherability. maria tiptoes around the core of a character, lost in melodrama; her redemption is hollow. val is strong, almost fleshed-out, yet pushed into the function of an accessory. her disappearance lacks mystique or punch. moretz's acting is plasticine- jo-ann's less a 'modern' actress, more an out-of-touch middle-aged man's idea of one.

  22. east1999's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    A film that gives the impression of being self-reflexive as it builds little models of itself within its walls. But like so many films about aging stars, it works as an overstatement of the actors' pathos and importance. As much as I "like" Binoche and Stewart, did the very old meteorological phenomenon need them to make the audience transfixed by its beauty, or did they need it as a saving mise-en-abyme?

  23. Ethan's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    Juliette Binoche is an absolute powerhouse in this film and her chemistry with Kristen Stewart is absolutely magnetic here and Assayas perfectly captures the seething emotions in this picture that has a lot to say about acting, aging, and the state of the world we live in today. Chloe Grace Moretz is also perfect as the acidic young star.

  24. MistaRichard's rating of the film Clouds of Sils Maria

    The famously expressionless Kristen Stewart was born to play this part, providing a surprisingly good counterpoint to Binoche's emotional style of acting. The cinematography is warm but pretty unremarkable, and the editing feels cluttered and sloppy. As far as story goes, although initially solid, it ends up leaving too many loose ends, as if midway through the script everyone got tired and quickly wrapped it up.

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