Let the Sunshine In

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User review rating: 1 June 22, 2018

Her acting is great but it's extremely slow moving. Her portrayal of a woman that is definitely not smart about relationships is very annoying, and why does her life have to revolve around men? There's more important things in life, a very exasperating, clueless woman!

User review rating: 4 May 26, 2018

Serious, absorbing, even compelling, this is mature filmmaking for an audience that values character and thought over crashes and explosions, true-to-life ambivalence over a contrived happy ending. It is paced for a patient movie lover, not for one who needs fast speed and loud noises.

User review rating: 1 May 20, 2018

Very slow moving. Although Juliette Binoche is a wonderful actress, the film was extremely slow. Binoche suffers through relationship after relationship in an excruciating search for self-worth. Her "beau soleil interieur," as it is titled in French is brought to light by the final male savior of the film, Gerard Depardieu. An interminable 1 hour and 36 minutes.

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