Claire's Camera (2017)

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The story of female friendship as Frenchwoman Claire helps the subject of her photograph, Min-Hee, discover why she was fired without apparent cause.




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  • Isabelle Huppert in Claire's Camera (2017)
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  • Kim Min-hee in Claire's Camera (2017)
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  • Isabelle Huppert in Claire's Camera (2017)

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27 September 2019 | larrys3
| Awkward Yet Intriguing at Times
After viewing prolific and acclaimed South Korean director Sang-soo Hong's "The Day After", I went into my local library's film catalog and chose to see this one. As I've read one of the director's characteristics is to have awkward dialogue, and this movie filled that bill.

For me, the awkwardness can be annoying at times, but it also can be quite intriguing. Set at the Cannes Film Festival, the plot elements slowly unfold and come together as the film progresses. But I never really felt I completely understood it all.

The acting is most solid, and throwing the great actress Isabelle Huppert into the mix can never hurt. Always fascinating to watch her on screen.

All in all, I wish I could say I enjoyed it all but I felt the film did have its intriguing and engaging moments

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Release Date:

9 March 2018


Korean, English, French

Country of Origin

South Korea, France

Filming Locations

Cannes, France

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$11,489 11 March 2018

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:


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