Isabelle Huppert's New Movies

Louder Than Bombs0%Louder Than Bombs
7Our
rating
1:49:00

Storyline:Three years ago, the renowned war photographer Isabelle Reed (Isabelle Huppert) died in an accident. Isabelle's husband Gene (Gabriel Byrne) and their sons Jonah (Jesse Eisenberg) and Conrad (Devin Druid) have since alienated each other. Jonah has now become a father himself and moved away, but the preparation of a major retrospective with the works of his mother, he takes as an opportunity to visit his father and the little brother in his hometown. Widower Gene is overwhelmed with the upbringing of pubescent Conrad, his affair with colleague Hannah (Amy Ryan) runs into the void and the planning of the photo exhibition tears up old wounds again. At the opening of the exhibition, Isabelle's longtime colleague Richard (David Strathairn) wants to publish an article in The New York Times. When he asks the family to help with the search, long suppressed secrets come to light.

L'avenir0%L'avenir
8Our
rating
1:42:00

Storyline:Philosophy teacher Nathalie (Isabelle Huppert) teaches at the Paris Lycée and publishes texts in a small publishing house. She leads an intellectual-civic life, with her husband and colleague Heinz (André Marcon) and their two children, both adults. Her mother Yvette (Edith Scob), who becomes increasingly confused, regularly visits her. When her Heinz reveals one day that he wants to leave her for another after 25 years of marriage, Nathalie is surprised - she reacts with mixed feelings. On the one hand, she experiences a long-lost freedom, which she can, for. For example, she lives in a country house where she discusses philosophy with her former student Fabien (Roman Kolinka) and his academics group in the best country air. On the other hand, there is this gnawing loneliness ...

Elle0%Elle
7Our
rating
2:10:00

Storyline:The businesswoman Michèle (Isabelle Huppert) is a successful director of a major video game company and is one of the big names in the industry. Above all, she owes her success to her rigorous, ruthless manner of working, which is also felt by her competitors. In her love life, the career woman shows the same supercooled attitude as in professional life. But when Michèle is one day attacked by a stranger in her home and brutally raped, her life changes abruptly. That the perpetrator runs around unrecognized outside, Michèle leaves no peace, but she does not want to report. With an iron will she decides to pursue on her own the traces of her tormentor, to take revenge on him. Michèle's risky endeavor soon gets out of control ...

Happy End0%Happy End
7Our
rating
1:47:00

Storyline:Family Laurent runs a booming construction company - but the foundation of success is crumbling: The feisty patriarch and boss Anne (Isabelle Huppert), married to lawyer Lawrence Bradshaw (Toby Jones), has made her son Pierre (Franz Rogowski) Managing Director, yet he is far from competent enough for his job. There are also problems in private life: Anne's brother Thomas (Mathieu Kassovitz), a doctor who also lives in the multi-generation villa, suddenly has to look after his twelve-year-old daughter Eve (Fantine Harduin) - she moves in after her mother tries has to kill herself. Eve feels lonely and strange in her new environment with her new wife Anaïs (Laura Verlinden) and toddler. Then Georges (Jean-Louis Trintignant), the embittered old father of Anne and Thomas, makes a suicide attempt ...