There is a myriad of art things that I want to do at this point in life. There are so many ideas and goals in my head. 242 more words
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In the opening scene of Berlin best director winner Mia Hansen-Love’s “Things to Come,” a French philosophy teacher (insightfully played by Isabelle Huppert) spends her vacation grading essays, having posed a relatively simple challenge to her students: “Can we put ourselves in the place of another?” That question may as well have been the mantra of this year’s Berlin competition lineup. 1,059 more words
PETER DEBRUGE: I’ve gotta say, Guy, of all the festivals we cover during the year, none inspires me to spend my time indoors quite like the Berlinale, even if the movies are typically every bit as cold, grey and depressing as the weather. 681 more words
Sundance Selects bought U.S. rights to Mia Hansen-Love’s French drama “Things to Come,” four days after its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival.
“Things to Come” stars Isabelle Huppert as a married philosophy professor whose life revolves around her books, her students and her overbearing mother. 209 more words