Juliette Binoche's New Movies

The English Patient0%The English Patient
7Our
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2:42:00

Storyline:Egypt, just before World War II: Hungarian Count Laszlo Almasy (Ralph Fiennes) explores the desert as a member of the Royal Geographic Society in England to create maps for geographers and archaeologists. When German army units shoot him down, he is picked up by an English convoy and cared for by French Red Cross sister Hana (Juliette Binoche). Almasy barely survived the crash; his body, his face burnt beyond recognition, his internal organs badly damaged. Almasy also suffers from amnesia. Hana decides to leave the convoy with Almasy to take care of him. In a monastery ruin in Tuscany, both settle down. They are joined by two close-knit experts from the British Army for disarming bombs: the Sikh Kip (Naveen Andrews) and Hardy (Kevin Whately). Kip and Hana love each other. Finally, the mysterious Caravaggio (Willem Dafoe) emerges from the ruin and meets Almasy with suspicion, without Hana initially knowing why.

The 330%The 33
8Our
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2:07:00

Storyline:In 2010, the whole world is looking to San José in Chile. There 33 men are buried after an explosion in a gold and copper mine, more than 600 meters underground. For 69 days, an international team under the leadership of Andre Sougarret (Gabriel Byrne) works day and night to rescue the trapped miners. Among the victims are Mario Sepúlveda (Antonio Banderas), Laurence Goldborne (Rodrigo Santoro) and Jeff Hart (James Brolin). They feverishly consider how they can survive, while above, the media public is waiting for signs of life - and, of course, bother members of the men, as María Segovia (Juliette Binoche), whose brother is included. The miners lack in the dark depth of water, food and oxygen. But hope dies last and so Mario manages to bring videos to the surface, to inform the rescue services and families, what happens below ...

Ma Loute0%Ma Loute
7Our
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2:02:00

Storyline:Every year, the French landed gentry arrives on the Normandy coast to enjoy the healing air and picturesque scenery with its fishermen and shellfish gatherers. But strange things are going on in the summer of 1910, because several people have disappeared without a trace. The first evidence points to the fisherman Rohbrecht (Thierry Lavieville), who together with his son Lümmel (Brandon Lavieville) transported people across the sea. One day the daughters of the wealthy family van Peteghem. During a crossing, Lümmel and Billie van Peteghem (Raph) fell in love, forcing the very unequal families to contact each other. But then Billie disappears without a trace - and the police Böswald (Cyril Rigaux) and Blading (Didier Després) fear that Rohbrechts not only collect shells, but also people ...

Un beau soleil intérieur0%Un beau soleil intérieur
8Our
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1:34:00

Storyline:The artist Isabelle (Juliette Binoche) lives in Paris and is surrounded by people but still lonely. She can not complain about a lack of professional success and recognition, but in love she is far less well off - her demands on potential candidates are too high, expectations of a relationship are too different, her men seem to be unsatisfactory, with whom she has affairs - whether it is a banker (Xavier Beauvois), an actor (Nicolas Duvauchelle), a sensitive artist (Alex Descas) or a worker (Paul Blain). Isabelle does not know what to do and eventually turns to the fortune-teller Denis (Gérard Depardieu) in the hope that he will be able to answer the question of whether true love exists at all ...