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In the Coliseum of Cannes, judgment is meted out in a matter of seconds, even before the final credits end, with thumbs twitching yea or nay in a Twitter storm of instant verdicts.
The insults ranged from “excruciating,” and “a total misfire” to a cruel image of the Hindenburg exploding.
Meanwhile, Lily-Rose Depp, the daughter of Vanessa Paradis and Johnny Depp, adds further decorative value, if not a whole lot in terms of acting ability, as Fuller’s discovery Isadora Duncan, presented here as a manipulative, -style schemer.
Although many right-minded observers will welcome a chance to learn something about this intriguing historical figure, and applaud the all-too-rare financing of a film with a female protagonist, directed by a woman to boot, cynics might wonder if it would have quite such a prominent slot in the Cannes program (in Un Certain Regard) were it not for its cast and the backing of powerful sales agent Wild Bunch.
Taking a largely elliptical if chronological approach to the known facts of Fuller’s life, the story begins in the American West (France’s Vercors region serves as a credible double) where young Loie, then known as Marie-Louise Fuller, lives a near feral existence with her father Ruben (Denis Menochet), a rodeo rider.
Shy and withdrawn, and constantly sketching in her notebook or secretly rehearsing speeches from Oscar Wilde’s play , Marie-Louise hides behind her mane of matted hair.
Then, with a bottle of eyewash offered by a Canadian journalist, he slipped away to refresh his vision before facing the press.
’” On being in love with everyone she’s dated: “I’ve been deeply in love with everyone I’ve dated. I just didn’t like getting made fun of.” On if she has “resting bitch face”: “Completely. Say, ‘You’re rude,’ say, ‘You’re a dick,’ whatever.
Some people know that they like grilled cheese and they’ll eat it every day for the rest of their lives. If I have grilled cheese once I’m like, ‘That was cool, what’s next? And really, truly, believed in it and never felt confused or struggling.
Because you need to be focused when on set and open to the film.
I don’t know when you have a baby – when he cries at night and stuff – how do you manage when you arrive on set in the morning?
When I look back, I think I always wanted to be with a Frenchman.