Juliette Binoche on "Certified Copy"

Friday, March 11, 2011

French actress Juliette Binoche recently became the first actress ever to win the European "triple crown"--Best Actress awards at the Venice, Berlin, and Cannes film festivals. She'll talk about her latest award-winning role in Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's film, "Certified Copy." She plays an antiques dealer who meets a scholar who may or may not be her husband.


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Comments [3]

Anthony from red hook

Yawn. I'd rather listen to the Alec Baldwin fund raisers spots than this bore.

Mar. 11 2011 12:24 PM
aviva from nyc

again on the topic of language, juliette, i am thinking of the film disengagement by amos gitai and wondering how you thought the intersecting languages in the film, hebrew, english, arabic and french contributed to the films themes of meeting, surprise and mystery - the real vs. the authentic... it seems this theme transcends disengagement and is a rather theme embodied by film in general and importantly and specifically by you in many of the films you make)

Mar. 11 2011 12:23 PM

I find Iranian films wonderful and touching. Why is this so?

Mar. 11 2011 12:10 PM

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