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June 09, 2009

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Chris

I saw her film Chocolat many years ago and thought it was amazing - I still think about the ant eating scene (there was something so very touching about it). Thanks for reminding me of her stuff.

Joe

I'd love to see Nenette et Boni--I've had and enjoyed the Tindersticks soundtrack for years. I'm glad I now have the chance to get it on DVD.

Martin

Great post. Denis is one of my favorite filmmakers.

Matt Madden

Great post, Trouble! Not sure about the spoken word being a "stranglehold" but you really put your finger on what is so singular and beguiling about Denis' films. I'm probably wrong but in my memory there wasn't a single line of dialogue in all of Beau Travail.

Brian Michel Bacchus

I've lost touch with Claire Denis, but I remember so beautiful times with her. First in Paris for a special screening of a film that Abdullah Ibrahim was doing the music for. The next time in NYC where we danced to SkaSha at SOB's. I love her films and love her as well.

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