I liked this film so much that I watched it a second time, right after I finished it. In fact, I looked through the Library's catalog to find all other films we had by the same director and binge watched those as well.
Born on this day in 1964, Academy Award Winner Juliette Binoche has been enchanting audiences on screen for 3 decades. Having turned down Hollywood numerous times, she has said about the roles she selects, "I want to make films that are political and social. Films with a message or an idea. Films that dare to ask."
As we are rearranging the books in the Central library as part of the Central Library Bond Improvements, we are unearthing many treasures that deserve attention. We have relocated many of our books that are in world languages and much of the 400s.
The library has many items in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese. Don't see your favorite language? Be sure to try Interlibrary Loan for even more choices!
Even if you've already seen The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire and Let the Right One In, and everything by Ingmar Bergman, there are still many treasures of Swedish film to be discovered and enjoyed.