Tagged Isabelle Huppert

Greta (Jordan, 2018)

Grande Dame Guignol lives on! Maybe not with the same panache as the films from the ‘60s, or the same level of insanity, but a film like Greta is worth it for the camp spectacle alone. Here it is provided to us by an extremely game Isabelle Huppert, playing a spidery widow who leaves expensive-looking purses lying…

Claire’s Camera (Hong, 2017)

Ah, yet another deceptive bonbon from our favourite South Korean auteur. And an odd one, at that, since the soju-drinking is kept to a minimum, and we’re planted in France this time around—more specifically, in Cannes, during its prestigious annual film festival. Hong’s favoured muse, Kim Min-hee, plays timid film saleswoman Man-hee, who is abruptly…