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Watch: Jealousy & Desire Collide In First Trailer For 'Clouds Of Sils Maria' Starring Kristen Stewart & Juliette Binoche

by Kevin Jagernauth
May 22, 2014 9:04 AM
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The Cannes Film Festival is drawing to a close, but things are just heating up. The Palme d'Or is still very much up for grabs, and one major film yet to screen in Competition is Olivier Assayas' "Clouds Of Sils Maria." And after handfuls of clips and images, the first trailer has arrived and it's promising stuff.

Led by Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart, the movie follows an aging actress who stars in a new production of the play that made her famous years ago. However, the role that won her acclaim has now gone to a younger actress, played by Chloe Grace Moretz, forcing the older thespian to take a hard look at her life, career and more. It looks like particularly powerfully, and the second movie at Cannes — following David Cronenberg's "Maps To The Stars" — to take audiences inside the business with what looks to be an incisive edge.

"Clouds Of Sils Maria" has no U.S. release date yet, but IFC Films will be bringing it to theatres later this year. Watch below.

Browse through all our coverage of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival by clicking here.

Btw, there's not a lot of music credits, but here’s all the music in the film.

Largo De Xerxes - Georg Friedrich Haendel

Canon And Gigue In D Major For 3 Violins And Basso Continuo - Johann Pachelbel (Orchestra Leopoldinum-Wroclaw Conducted By Karol Teutsch)

Paavin Of Albarti - Hespèrion Xx (Conducted By Jordi Savall)

Kowalski - Primal Scream

Concert In Waldhaus

Sonate N°2 In D Minor, - Georg Friedrich Haendel (Interpreted By Phoebe Lin / Katarzna Nawrotek / David Seghezzo / Claire-Anne Piguet)

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  • Jay | May 24, 2014 2:35 PMReply

    Just decided to come back here and laugh at all the crazy hate, nearly 90 comments filled with bitter posters going on and on and on about how terrible she is. She received MASSIVE praise for this, and just about every review singled out her performance. Some say she stole the show from the amazing Juliette Binoche, and her name appeared in MANY lists as a contender for Best Actress at Cannes. Congratulations to the wonderful Julianne Moore, who Kristen has also incidentally just worked with. So stay pressed, all of you who do nothing but trash her. She is working with great people and has now received escalating praise for two films in the last four months alone. She's not going anywhere.

  • Wow! | May 23, 2014 4:53 AMReply

    This is amazing .. I see all of Kristen Stewart fans are here cheering her on . I realize no matter what this woman does in her career some will continue to hate her , for what I have no idea. Also a lot of silly people go out of their way to find anything relating to her to post nasty and vile comments ... And God forbid you say you actually like her and want her to succeed than automatically you are labeled as a " twihard" or some other ridiculous moniker ..Lol.. You people need to stop , it's not that serious . For one thing she's making good choices on the directors and films she want to work in , so kudos to her for moving forward despite all the ignorant people trying to bring her down .

  • Cris | May 23, 2014 3:00 AMReply

    Oh man, looks like a snoozy. Am still wondering why Stewart is still getting roles...hmmm

  • BOB | May 23, 2014 7:26 AM

    I think the thong shot might be your answer.

  • Amanda | May 23, 2014 3:07 AM

    I think we're all wondering how she gets cast in anything. If she can't impress you in the trailer, chances are she's not going to knock your socks off in the movie, either. Juliette looks strong, Chloe looks evil and like she's enjoying it.

    Kristen looks bored and like she couldn't give a crap. She looks like she's playing herself, no acting involved. She has no store of goodwill with the general public, they're not going to flock to see her in something like this, and her own fanbase is too small to ever make one of her indies into a hit.

  • Shannon | May 23, 2014 12:55 AMReply

    This looks horrible and dull. Juliette Binoche is probably going to be the only redeeming thing with this movie. Kristen, as usual, looks lifeless and lacks any real emotion.

  • Mell | May 22, 2014 11:28 PMReply

    I can't believe this is possible but Kristen Stewart has gotten worse at acting. I appreciate that she is trying to not bite her lip, play with her hair and twitch but this I think is what makes it worse, she can't act I'm sorry

  • Lisa | May 22, 2014 10:23 PMReply

    I see Kristen Stewart hasn't improved her acting, she shows no emotion even when she laughs she is so awkward, "eh eh eh eh".

  • GUEST | May 22, 2014 10:29 PM

    Even when she is accusing her boss of having a crush on her she sounds like she's reading a TV guide

  • Holly | May 22, 2014 8:54 PMReply

    What happened to that camp x movie Kristen did that was at Sundance, no trailer for it?

  • @HOLLY | May 23, 2014 7:28 AM

    Really? you are wondering why nobody would want to see KS in the military? She's bad enough trying to play herself in movies, trying to portray other characters is near impossible, imo.

  • @BARRY | May 23, 2014 6:27 AM

    It does have distribution already, the reviews are mixed on the movie as a whole, but on the performances by Kristen and Payman are generally good (there are only a few exceptions).

  • @ Holly | May 22, 2014 11:15 PM

    Not yet, but IFC's M.O. is that they do that in the lead-up to the release. Supposedly August or early fall, so I expect in the coming weeks we will hear.

  • Barry | May 22, 2014 9:40 PM

    No trailer for CXR and went to the film market looking for international distribution but it didn't get any. Looks like direct to VOD for that one. The reviews are evenly split, half negative, half moderately positive, no glowing reviews.

    It will be tough to find an audience, Stewart doesn't have the charisma to carry a serious film like that, and her fanbase never supports her indies anyway, they've all flopped.

  • GUEST | May 22, 2014 8:41 PMReply

    This film would have been great with a better cast, Binoche's accent doesn't stick, is she playing and American or French woman?. And Stewart hasn't improved, from what I can tell from the trailer

  • Jordan | May 22, 2014 6:03 PMReply

    I actually think this is a pretty interesting film. I think it would help, though, to understand the philosophic backdrop of it. Sils Maria is the place were the German thinker Nietzsche enunciated his idea of "eternal recurrence". Simply put, eternal recurrence states that time moves in unfathomably large cycles, and will repeat itself over and over, for as long as there is time.

    The crux of this is that you will repeat your life an infinite amount of times, exactly as you live it now. Nietzsche believes that the proper response to this ought to be "good!". He wants to be in a place where you can love your life, all of the pain, pleasure, loss, whatever, to the point that you would affirm it happening ad nauseum, forever.

    I think that the film is touching upon themes of aging and time, as well as the cyclical nature of life, at least as far as I can tell from this trailer. It will be interesting to see how the film plays with these themes. Will Binoche's character, facing her age, come to this realization, and affirm her own life and career?

    Obviously, Binoche is a fantastic actress and I am sure whatever the nature of the film, she will be great. And, as some of the commenters have noted, Kristen Stewart has so far in her career been...unimpressive. Hopefully, given a dramatic role like this, she can show heretofore unseen depths.

  • Jordan | May 23, 2014 1:45 AM

    @ Guest:

    I think the Nietzsche connection is there, if you look for it. Perhaps, as you suggest, "inspired by" would be a better phrase. For Nietzsche, a healthy attitude towards eternal recurrence involves looking at your life and affirming every aspect of it: good, bad, ugly, painful, etc.

    Judging from the trailer (which is the only thing I have to go on), Binoche's character faces this dilemma in the form of Grace-Moretz . G.M. embodies Binoche's character as a younger actress. G.M.'s character I suppose will act as a springboard towards reflection on the part of Binoche's character. Perhaps Binoche will learn to radically affirm her life and career, perhaps she will not. All of this is fairly clear from the trailer, but an understanding of Nietzsche is helpful.

    There is a reason this film is set in Sils Maria, and that reason is Nietzsche. A glance at the Wikipedia page of the place suggests he is the most significant resident of the town, ever. Why else this place, and not some other random, picturesque Swiss burg? Nietzsche wrote in his diary that the idea of eternal recurrence came to him one day while on a walk about the local mountains in front of a triangular rock. There is a shot in this trailer of Binoche in front of a very triangular mountain. I don't know if it the same one Nietzsche wrote of, but I doubt its inclusion is coincidental.

    And, yes, claiming inspiration by Nietzsche is no indicator of a film's goodness. But it does not mean that it is necessarily bad, either. And I don't think from this trailer we have enough information to suggest that the director is a "Hipster" (whatever that means). Someone may say that they are inspired by Nietzsche, but only a deep understanding of his work will lead to a profound film. Perhaps Assayas has this, and perhaps he does not. I suppose we will have to wait until we see the film to pass final judgment. I myself am excited to see a director deal with interesting Nietzschean themes, instead of the regular, boring ubermensch stuff you see in things like the first "Spiderman" film.

  • GUEST | May 22, 2014 8:48 PM

    I didn't see Nietzsche connection in the trailer. He may have inspired that script, doesn't mean it's good. A Hipster kid could scribble on a paper and say Nietzche inspired him so it's profound and deep.

  • @ Jordan | May 22, 2014 8:08 PM

    You have hit the nail completely on the head. I'd actually go find Assayas' director's notes on this, because I believe Nietzsche was discussed in it and you would probably find it interesting. This site probably had the notes when they came out last week or the week before, or you can go get them off the Cannes site. Those themes you mention feature heavily in the script.

    Binoche is indeed lovely and I am confident she will nail this role. As for Stewart, Assayas and Binoche have had the utmost praise for her (and Moretz). If you have your misgivings, I would recommend checking out some of her smaller films, like Adventureland, The Runaways, and Welcome to the Rileys. She did great work in those.

  • Curt | May 22, 2014 5:57 PMReply

    This movie looks horrible, how did it make it to ccannes? The acting reminds me of TV soap opera shows

  • Juno | May 22, 2014 5:55 PMReply

    Why does she have her pants down??? Her pants are there just pulled down. This is some Pervy crap!

  • guest | May 22, 2014 5:27 PMReply


  • Seriously | May 23, 2014 12:45 AM

    Oh, so one critic said she was a "longshot." Obviously, he loses credibility, doesn't he? I don't think she was in the running at all, there was no buzz about her or OTR for any awards. They didn't even get a NY Critics nomination, they got no recognition at all.

    I love how her fans exaggerate. She doesn't have 7 films coming out and it wouldn't matter if she had two dozen. Her fans don't even support her indies and she sure isn't attracting a new audience.

    CXR flopped at the film market and will probably go straight to VOD. She worked on Anesthesia for three days, a cameo. It's not her movie and it will be so small, probably another VOD release. Still Alice is Julianne Moore's movie, and it could be very corny, so I wouldn't pin my hopes on that. American Ultra is Jesse Eisenberg's movie, she's playing another girlfriend.

    The Big Shoe and Equals are both being made by directors who have never had a hit. TBS is a foot fetish flick where she's playing a prostitute. That's six films, not seven.

    The real problem is that Universal isn't going ahead with SWATH2. She screwed that up when she screwed around with Rupert Sanders. She can't get a leading role in a big budget movie any more, she can only play girlfriends, assistants and prostitutes.

  • @ Seriously | May 22, 2014 11:18 PM

    Nope, Scott Feinberg, who nails predictions at the Hollywood Reporter. Had her listed as a long shot.

    As for the rest of your drivel, you stay pressed. She has about 7 films coming out between this year and next, so you will get to see plenty of her. Which means we'll see plenty of you, because you are obsessed.

  • Seriously | May 22, 2014 9:46 PM

    I got a good laugh out of your comments. By whom was she considered a long shot for OTR? Her fans? Sorry, they don't count. There was no real Oscar buzz for OTR, it was a huge flop, and flops don't get nominated for awards, no matter how many embarrassing "screenings" they have or how many ads they take out.

    OTR was proof that no matter how much a producer tries to force her down everyone's throat, both the public and the industry could see right through her. And she got some good reviews and some bad, they weren't all positive.

    And no, most of her 30 films consist of flop indies where she had a small part. She wasn't the star of all those films. Actors can have a career in small indies without the films being successful, so her "longevity" has nothing to do with her being such a great actress. If she were as good as you want to think she is, she would have some real recognition, like at least an Oscar or GG nomination, instead of two Razzies and some Twilight name recognition.

  • @ Seriously | May 22, 2014 7:41 PM

    You are the sickest person around, so it's rich hearing you call others out. Everyone knows who you are, copy/paste troll, because we read your drivel, word for word, on any article concerning Stewart.

    #1 If films are rotten on RT, that doesn't mean her performance was. She has received raves for CXR from the trades, so spare me the lame blogger/tweets recap. She was considered a "long shot" for OTR for Supporting Actress, and received tons of praise.

    #2 You do know even Oscar winners have "won" Razzies, right? Of course you do.

    #3 Would you like the long, long list of acclaimed actors and actresses who have never been nominated for/received an Oscar? Also, cool of you to mention her 30+ films. If she's as atrocious as you contend, she would have been run out of Hollywood long ago.

    Needless to say, whatever her "image" is, you are pretty obsessed with it, and her.

  • Serioulsy | May 22, 2014 6:32 PM

    I wasn't aware that everyone in the world was a Pattinson fan. Thanks for the heads up.

    I guess it isn't possible that Stewart's last three films are Rotten on Rottentomatoes because of her performances? I guess it isn't possible that Stewart has two Razzies for Worst Actress on her own? I guess she's never been nominated for an Oscar for any of her 30 films because the Academy are all Pattinson fans?

    You Stewart cult members need to stop blaming other people for her being unlikable. She was never America's Sweetheart, and I doubt she ever will be. Before Twilight she was known as an awkward, scowling brat who had appeared in a few failed indies. She did herself no favors when she acted like an ungrateful, spoiled egomaniac. She has a bad image with the general public, that's her own doing.

  • Anya | May 22, 2014 5:22 PMReply

    I'm just a bit flabbergasted. Most of this comments are a massive overreaction. You watch a trailer and you are sure it will be the worse film of Binoche's and Assayas's career? I must miss something

  • @ Anya | May 22, 2014 7:42 PM

    Unfortunately Stewart has insane haters who descend on any article written about her to troll the comment sections.

  • MDL | May 22, 2014 4:52 PMReply

    I'm a fan of Assayas. Regardless of trailers, regardless of buzz, regardless of the haters. I'm there.

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  • JACK | May 22, 2014 3:17 PMReply

    I've been following the movies at Cannes this year and this looks like the worst, based on these clips that performances from the actors are cringe worthy. This will defiantly get booed

  • @ Jack | May 22, 2014 7:43 PM

    They are not going to boo Assayas. They are not going to boo Binoche.

  • leo | May 22, 2014 2:08 PMReply

    Trailer for Sils Maria is excellent. Now the only hope for the release on the American continent. I read, that it has a huge cover the for Europe and in Latin America. Film is totally sold out. So perhaps that the North America will not waver.

  • hey | May 22, 2014 2:18 PM

    IFC will cover it in America

  • James | May 22, 2014 2:01 PMReply

    As an admirer of Ms. Binoche and Mr. Assayas (Summer Hours was outstanding) I was eagerly anticipating this film. However from the clips released to date I am very disappointed. I certainly hope the rest of the film is more interesting than what has been revealed. Unremarkable performances from Ms. Moretz and Ms. Stewart, and I'm not sure about Ms. Binoche's performance yet although she appears to outshine either of her co-stars. If releasing clips prior to the theatrical run is meant to pique curiosity then I hope the film has more to offer than these dull scenes. I've watched a few of Ms. Stewart's films and thought her to be the average one-dimensional actress. Ms. Moretz holds promise, whether she can fulfill remains to be demonstrated. For Ms. Binoche's sake I pray her performance taken in it's entirety reveals more depth and substance. The story, while superficially evoking All About Eve, may prove in the end to hold something more unique than a rehash of an old story. Even the best actors cannot save a bad script. I'm hoping this one delivers far more than these clips have.

  • Mary | May 22, 2014 2:24 PM

    Binoche is always great, Olivier usually delivers good films, Kristen has shown that she can deliver strong performances like in The Cake Eaters, Welcome To The Rileys and Chloe has shown it too in movies like Let me in and Hugo. Clips and trailers just show a few minutes of the movie and probably carefully to not give away too many spoilers. You are too worried for someone who is a fan of Juliette and Olivier, since they both do always a satisfying job.

  • Annie | May 22, 2014 1:35 PMReply

    This will probably be the worst film of Binoche's career, they did her an injustice by casting Kristen Stewart beside her. On the positive side, Stewart will hopefully never work with good actors and directors again after this gets canned

  • BR/@Annie | May 22, 2014 7:45 PM

    No, never said that. But your comment was a severe overreaction, declaring this to be the worst film of Binoche's career and saying Stewart will never work with good industry people after this is "canned."

  • @BR | May 22, 2014 3:46 PM

    Yellow Hankerchief isn't her best at all, It wasn't that awful, but it was between a so-so or weak performance indeed. I'd recommend The Cake Eaters, Welcome To The Rileys, The Runaways, On the Road..

  • @BR (ANNIE) | May 22, 2014 3:13 PM

    So because a critic says she's good I'm supposed to think she's good? I've seen some of her indies, like the Yellow Hankerchief.. Just awful. I don't like her acting at all

  • BR | May 22, 2014 3:03 PM

    Way to overreact. Go look up her reviews in indie movies outside of Twilight and Snow White. I'm not talking about snarky tweets and blogs from people who are too blinded by the awful Twilight franchise. I'm referring to the respected trades. Four months ago she premiered a movie at Sundance, and the likes of The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, and the LA Times gave her nothing but glowing raves. Roger Ebert was one of her biggest supporters for years. How about not jumping the gun and seeing what the critics say?

  • hey | May 22, 2014 2:19 PM

    Stewart will be praised as she usually is outside Blockbusters.

  • DG | May 22, 2014 1:20 PMReply

    Looks waaaaaaay better than I thought it would

  • Anya | May 22, 2014 12:46 PMReply

    I love Assayas and Juliette Binoche is great. I always thought Kristen Stewart is good in her indie movies. Really looking forward to watch it. I'm sure it will pass the Bechdel Test :D

  • Jack | May 22, 2014 12:44 PMReply

    This looks like the biggest dog-shit film selected by Cannes, I hope it gets worse reviews than Goslings Lost River! Some consider Cannes Seletion a big achievement, well why do most of the movies their get booed? It's an achievement to come out of there with good reviews.

  • talia | May 22, 2014 12:30 PMReply

    just watched the trailer and it looks interesting.

  • Joan | May 22, 2014 10:55 AMReply

    Boring, typical plot. Vein actress gets upset when she is replaced by a younger beauty. Also she is lusting for her assistant and it seems that the assistant knows that, probably why she was sleeping with her pants down and the door open... I have no idea where that's going to go, but I don't think it's going anywhere interesting. Fickle lesbian chick flick

  • @just saying | May 22, 2014 7:58 PM

    So having similarities with a 1950s movie makes it typical? Alright then.

  • Just Saying | May 22, 2014 6:38 PM

    Many movies have plots like this but the most famous one is probably "All About Eve," and Oscar winner. This looks like the lesbian version of that movie, so it will make a splash and get talked about, but I doubt that it will have a wide appeal, even among Juliette's fans.

    It's a European art house film, and will appeal to those types of people. It's not aimed at a mass audience and it won't find one.

  • talia | May 22, 2014 4:22 PM

    @Joan - jealousy is only one of the themes of the film

  • @joan | May 22, 2014 1:15 PM

    What movies has the plot as this? If it's typical then I'm sure you can easily mention at least 5 movies, right?

  • JOAN | May 22, 2014 12:54 PM

    The plot is about an older lady being jealous of a young woman there are plenty of movies that have the same story. Wife being replaced with younger female ect, (that is even better than this concept of actress being jealous of other actress), its shallow. it's all the same. Throwing in a few proactive shots and making tne women a lesbian doesn't make this movie special

  • @joan | May 22, 2014 11:23 AM

    "Boring, typical plot."
    What other movies have the same plot as this one?

  • dolo | May 22, 2014 10:52 AMReply

    Kristen stewart again show her ass in her movie , it's the third time

  • Mitch | May 22, 2014 10:47 AMReply

    Sils Maria is a beautiful place that should be used on film more. However this movie looks to be empty, I'm not sure as to what is supposed to be interesting about it. An old actress gets replaced by a younger, no depth. Throwing in an Ass shot won't make me see it

  • daniel | May 22, 2014 10:38 AMReply

    la ère BA à l'air sublime et les scènes et les performances sont magnifiques pour les Haineux, vos commentaires montrent votre niveau de bassesse et votre degré de haine.
    au lieu de passer votre temps "je suis sure lamoitié de votre vie" à déverser votre jalousie et votre haine sur Kristen allez plutôt lire ce que les grands spécialiste du monde du cinéma disent sur elle et ses magnifiques performances... Olivier Assasays est en admiraton devant elle dont pauvres haines vos commentaires sont nuls et ne comptes pas enfin de compte.
    pour celui dont l'ami a assisté à un dépistage honte à toi de mentir sur quelque chose que tout le monde sait à savoir qu'il n'y a pas eu de dépistage.
    kristen était, va être et sera grande dans n'importe quel film et tant-pis pour les haineux.
    bravo pour "Nuages ​​de Sils Maria" dans mon pays nous avons tous hâte de le voir.

  • Joao | May 22, 2014 10:30 AMReply

    This looks great!

  • Jenna | May 22, 2014 10:22 AMReply

    That trailer does nothing to make me want to see it, horrible acting. But I can see the Mortez is a lest trying

  • Jenna | May 22, 2014 10:21 AMReply

    That trailer does nothing to make me want to see it, horrible acting. But I can see the Mortez is a lest trying

  • lena | May 22, 2014 10:18 AMReply

    Good morning, I just saw the new trailer for Sils Maria and I sincerely excited and wanted to see this film. Finally, the art of film, finally!! WOOOOW!
    Kristen, Julie and Chloe, it looks very good.

  • some people are really crazy | May 22, 2014 10:10 AMReply

    You can pretty see the agenda here. There has not been any screening yet, yet someone below made up a lie about private screening to hate on KStew. How crazy and dumb is this liar.

  • Anthony | May 22, 2014 10:04 AMReply

    I commented on yesterday's clips that were Released for this movie and hot attacked for judging it so quickly, well having scene the trailer now I can say that I absolutely stand by me statement that Kristen Stewart will ruin this movie like she does with all of her others

  • @anothony | May 22, 2014 11:25 AM

    How so? Her parts looked good. And what movie has she ruined?

  • sure | May 22, 2014 10:13 AM

    Well, congrats on judging a movie based on a few minutes. You call youserlf a fan of Olivier, but still the only thing you concentrate on is Kristen, yeah right, you are just one of those who are desperately looking for a reason to hate.

  • A Girl | May 22, 2014 10:01 AMReply

    Kristen Stewart whrecking another indie film :/ she should stick to be studio movies and leave the professionals to it

  • SleeperWillWake | May 22, 2014 10:39 AM

    What indie movies has she wrecked? Adventureland, Cake Eaters, Runaways, On The Road? She gotten many good reviews from all those films.

  • HAROLD | May 22, 2014 9:59 AMReply

    This looks terrible, I really enjoy Assasays movies so in not going to dismiss this film but the acting does look terrible in this trailer. I hope to be proven wrong, will be interesting to read reviews from critics

  • Miller | May 22, 2014 9:55 AMReply

    Comments on any article having to do with Kristen Stewart are predictable so I'm not surprised. Anyway, the trailer looks intriguing and all performances look promising. Can't wait until this premieres so we can get professional opinions from critics.

  • Nina | May 22, 2014 9:51 AMReply

    Looks great! I can't wait to see this

  • ROLPH | May 22, 2014 9:46 AMReply

    A friend of mine saw the movie at a private screening, he said its a good movie but Kristen Stewart can't hold her own against Binoche.

  • Lies | May 22, 2014 11:35 AM

    Liar, liar. But if we're going to go off of early buzz, I'm gonna take The Hollywood Reporter's referring to her and Juliette as "masterful" over the claims of your "friend."

  • Whatever | May 22, 2014 11:27 AM

    Stop lying

  • haha | May 22, 2014 9:58 AM

    there hasn't been any screening yet

  • ROLPH | May 22, 2014 9:56 AM

    You're incorrect

  • Lie | May 22, 2014 9:54 AM

    What a lier, it hasn't been any screening yet. The first will be tomorrow.

  • Mia | May 22, 2014 9:53 AM

    Yes ok

  • Jen | May 22, 2014 9:45 AMReply

    So refreshing to see a movie with all female leads with a good meaty role. So very excited to see more of this!

  • PORTIA | May 22, 2014 9:45 AMReply

    Too much movies about movie business this year in Cannes.

  • AMANDA | May 22, 2014 9:44 AMReply

    Binoche looks in her element but Kristen Stewart's acting looks awful and Chloe's isn't so great either

  • Bec | May 22, 2014 9:43 AMReply

    So excited for this one. Looks fantastic.

  • MARK | May 22, 2014 9:40 AMReply

    Nice, I can't wait. Chloe and Kristen are really good and promising actresses and Juliette is just wonderful.

  • Jess | May 22, 2014 9:34 AMReply

    Kristen Stewart is the worst actress ever! Always breathy heavy and rushing her speech.

  • Sigh | May 22, 2014 11:29 AM

    Lol she sounded normal and not "breathy heavy".

  • SleeperWillWake | May 22, 2014 10:42 AM

    Then don't watch it.

  • MARK | May 22, 2014 9:32 AMReply

    The scene in the trailer where they're hiking (I think?) in Sils Maria looks beautiful. But not enough to excite me, the performances look terrible. Such a shame

  • Laura | May 22, 2014 9:21 AMReply

    Looks really good! I didn't expect that

  • Alma | May 22, 2014 9:20 AMReply

    She still can't act, sorry.

  • Franny | May 22, 2014 9:13 AMReply

    Looks great. F the haters.

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