Films By Claude Miller

Claude Miller's Of Women and Magic is a succinct, dryly played, often laugh-out-loud funny movie. Director of last year's frightening but fantastic Class Trip, Miller's latest film scooped the International Critics Prize at this year's Berlin Film Festival. This is a cautionary tale of one woman's mysterious ailments and her bizarre hospital stay. Reminiscent of Lars Von Trier's The Kingdom, it is... Read more
Claude Miller's film, like Wim Wenders'The American Friend, is taken from a story by Patricia Highsmith. Gerard ... Depardieu plays David, a moody, twenty-eight year old bank clerk who's obsessed about his former sweetheart. ... He lives in a small town near a lonely girl (Miou Miou) who would like to get to know him better, but he has no time for her, and at weekends goes away on the pretext of v... Read more
Nicholas is an exceptionally nervous young boy with an overactive imagination. He's also nursing no small amount of paranoia. Claude Miller's The Class Trip (winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes 1998) recounts the trauma of Nicholas' winter vacation, a compelling evocation of a troubled childhood on par with Neil Jordan's The Butcher Boy (MIFF 1998). ... This serious psychological drama begins with ... Read more
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