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Clouds of Sils Maria

Directed By: Olivier Assayas | 2015 | 2h 4m | Rated R

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O Cinema North Beach

500 71st St, Miami Beach (786) 207-1919

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A veteran actress comes face-to-face with an uncomfortable reflection of herself when she agrees to take part in a revival of the play that launched her career 20 years earlier.

Maria Enders (Juliette Binoche) is an actress at the peak of her international career who is asked to perform in a revival of the play that made her famous twenty years earlier. Back then she played the role of Sigrid, an alluring young woman who disarms and eventually drives her boss Helena to suicide. Now she is being asked to step into the other role, that of the older Helena. She departs with her assistant (Kristen Stewart) to rehearse in Sils Maria, a remote region of the Alps. A young Hollywood starlet with a penchant for scandal (Chloë Grace Moretz) is to take on the role of Sigrid, and Maria finds herself on the other side of the mirror, face to face with an ambiguously charming woman who is, in essence, an unsettling reflection of herself.

A multi-layered, femme-driven meta-fiction that pushes all involved – including next-gen starlets Kristen Stewart and Chloe Grace Moretz – to new heights.
– VARIETY

An engaging, if rarefied inside look at the private world of a star.
– HOLLYWOOD REPOTER

A playful and captivating hybrid of Ingmar Bergman’s Persona, Joseph Mankiewicz’s All About Eve, and quintessentially Assayas-esque meta-mischief.
– THE ATLANTIC

This recalls Ingmar Bergman’s chamber dramas in the intensity and psychological complexity of the central relationship, yet the filmmaking is breathtakingly fluid, evoking a sense of romantic abandon.
– CHICAGO READER

If there was ever a reminder needed of Juliette Binoche’s great and enduring talent, Assayas delivers it here.
– SCREEN INTERNATIONAL