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New French Extremity: Trouble Every Day

Sat, Sept 25 / 5:05pm
Tue, Sept 28 / 7pm
Thu, Sept 30 / 9:15pm
Tue, Oct 5 / 7pm
Directed by Claire Denis
2001, France/Germany/Japan, 101 min
French with English subtitles

Scientist Shane Brown (Vincent Gallo) neglects his new bride (Tricia Vessey), instead spending their honeymoon searching for an old colleague who disappeared after a research paper he had written was discredited by the medical community. It turns out that Dr. Semeneau is living in obscurity in order to protect his wife (Béatrice Dalle), whom he keeps prisoner in a room with boards nailed across the doorway.

Sponsored by the Ambassade de France au Canada.

Reviews

There's possibly no other living director as in sync with the politics of touch as Claire Denis.
- Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine
Trouble Every Day’ is a horror film that works outside the typical genre conventions while constantly referencing films from the canon.
- Lindsay Pugh, Woman in Revolt
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