"I am deeply touched by Bruno’s film ‘Camille Claudel’; it will stay with me forever. He has a way of shooting a face like a landscape and it allows you not to be manipulated. It’s as if he’s shooting nature. I have a nostalgia for Dreyer and Tarkovsky, and because I can’t shoot with them, I want to go to directors who allow this space in me." Juliette Binoche


Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)


Ida (2013) dir. by Pawel Pawlikowski: “This film, shot in black and white, is superbly constructed on every dimension. The plot is tight, and the acting is incredible. It is, literally and figuratively, a very quiet movie. The themes are huge, but the presentation is never strident. The arguments are very calmly placed in front of us, there is no special pleading; and the score reflects this. Agata Trzebuchowska absolutely seizes the camera, and never lets it go. She is just compulsively watchable. (x)