Lumiere | Chicago Reader


Jeanne Moreau is the director, star, and, more or less, subject of this story about an actress and her circle of friends, all trying to cope with the problems of celebrity, feminism, and romance. Despite a murky narrative, it's an interesting exercise in egoism (Moreau's main influence seems to be Jerry Lewis), while for a first film it shows a surprising visual sophistication. More promising than memorable, but it's worth a look.


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