8º – Dan in Real Life (Peter Hedges, 2007)The plot follows some nuances of the life of a man who discovers that the woman whom he fell in love with was, in fact, his brother’s girlfriend. Light comedy about the unpredictability of love, ‘Dan in Real Life’ is a great movie that does not take itself seriously in any moment, still containing great actors that improve the absorption of the comic scenes.
7º – Rendez-vous (André Téchiné, 1985)The film focuses on the sexual life of three characters, unraveling their incongruities and pains by their erratic acts on the world. It is interesting, in this film, to find a young Juliette Binoche, still very distant from the acting qualities that she would demonstrate a few years later, but that already presented some of the qualities that would consecrate it.
6º – The Unbearable Lightness of Being (Philip Kaufman, 1988)In the midst of an exacerbated social scene in 1968, a doctor with a very active sex life ends up engaging in a love triangle, having to choose between his current model of life and life exposed to the concept of monogamy. Here, Juliette Binoche gives a positive performance, evidencing all the aura of naivety that governs her character.
5º – Damage (Louis Malle, 1992)After falling in love with a younger woman, a married middle-aged man ends up having his life completely transformed by a simple detail: the girl he fell in love with is his son’s fiancé. Directed by Louis Malle, ‘Damage’ is a good movie that has its high point in the fantastic performances of Jeremy Irons and Juliette Binoche.
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