Binoche has become an actress so malleable in her talents and appearance that it's often hard to categorize her.
But of course things get increasingly dangerous the deeper they go.
While Johnson's acting chops aren't terribly subtle, he's such a charismatic screen presence that we are fully engaged with him from the start.
It leads him to the home of Amira (the luminous Juliette Binoche), a survivor of the horrors of Bosnia who yearns to return to Sarajevo with her son Miro (Rafi Gavron), the thief in question.
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Replacing regular cinematographer John Seal, the masterful Benoît Delhomme (The Proposition, What Time Is It There?
) gives this panorama of class and relations an inebriated tone of mystique.Celeste believes the right thing to do is to file for a divorce as her life progresses away from him.He agrees, although he still loves her, but the pair remain inseparable friends as they begin to see other people.After your show, you hopped around the Lower East Side with a cute girl who knew all your favorite I-liked-'em-first bands, and who could get you into any club in town.You and she and your buddies partied until dawn with nary a care for the consequences, the law, or your parents.They are told that they should start dating again if they are unwilling to let each other go, however, Jesse soon finds another girl to fall in love with and Celeste's world comes crashing down around her as she realises she's made a huge mistake.