Nathalie Richard

A vague, joyless account of the seasons of sexuality.
We first glimpse the 17-year-old Isabelle (Marine Vacth) through her little brother’s spying binoculars. She’s lying on a pebbly French beach with her breasts bared to the sun – a pretty, starved-looking girl who could pass for much younger....
You sense the exhilaration with which Irma Vep was made...
From a screenplay written in ten days and shot in four weeks, this restlessly organic film is, like Truffaut`s Day For Night and Tom Dicillo`s Living In Oblivion, about the making of a film. Hong Kong actress Maggie Cheung plays herself; she`s...