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Breaking and Entering

Breaking and Entering
Juliette Binoche appears as Amira in the film 'Breaking and Entering.' Amira is a Bosnian refugee who works as a seamstress. The character becomes entangled in the lives of the film's main characters, particularly Will Francis (played by Jude Law), an architect who is dealing with personal and professional challenges. "Breaking and Entering" follows the complexities of relationships and the consequences of actions. Amira's character plays a significant role in the film's exploration of cultural differences and the impact of choices on individuals and their interconnected lives. Juliette Binoche delivers a nuanced and compelling performance as Amira, bringing depth and authenticity to the character

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Le voyage du ballon rouge

Le voyage du ballon rouge
Juliette Binoche stars as Suzanne, the mother of a young boy named Simon in the film 'Le voyage du ballon rouge' (The Flight of the Red Balloon). Suzanne is a puppeteer and lives in an apartment with Simon. The film follows Suzanne's interactions with Simon, his interactions with a mysterious red balloon, and the dynamics of their lives in contemporary Paris.

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Words and Pictures

Words and Pictures
In the 2013 film "Words and Pictures," Juliette Binoche portrays the character Dina Delsanto. Dina Delsanto is a talented and accomplished artist who is also an English teacher at an elite prep school. The film explores her character's passion for art and her interactions with Clive Owen's character, Jack Marcus, who is a literature teacher at the same school. Dina becomes involved in a friendly rivalry with Jack, where they challenge their students to determine whether words or pictures are more powerful. The film revolves around the competition between Dina and Jack, the debates about the significance of words and pictures, and how their relationship evolves beyond the rivalry. As they engage in this creative battle, they also grapple with personal challenges and emotions.

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Clouds of Sils Maria

Clouds of Sils Maria
In the 2014 film "Clouds of Sils Maria," Juliette Binoche plays the character Maria Enders. Maria Enders is a renowned actress who is asked to perform in a revival of a play that launched her career 20 years earlier. In the original production, she played the role of Sigrid, a young seductress. However, in the new production, Maria is asked to take on the role of the older character, Helena, while a rising Hollywood star, played by Chloë Grace Moretz, assumes the role of Sigrid. uliette Binoche delivers a powerful and nuanced performance as Maria Enders. Her portrayal captures the emotional intricacies of a seasoned actress grappling with the passage of time and the evolving nature of her craft.

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Damage

Damage
Juliette Binoche starred as Anna Barton in the 1992 drama Damage, which follows a British politician (Jeremy Irons) whose life is thrown into turmoil when he embarks on an affair with Anna, his son's fiancee.

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Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights
Juliette Binoche does not appear in the film adaptation of Wuthering Heights. The movie stars Juliette Binoche's contemporary, Juliette Binoche's former co-star, Ralph Fiennes, and Emily Watson.

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The 33

The 33
Juliette Binoche plays the role of Maria Segovia in the 2015 Chilean drama film, The 33. Maria is the mother of one of the trapped miners, whose life is thrown into turmoil as she awaits news on the fate of her son. She is a strong-willed and determined woman who rallies the families of the miners and works to ensure that the truth is revealed and that her son is rescued.

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Paris

Paris
Juliette Binoche is a French actress who is based in Paris. She has had a prolific career in film, theatre, and television, and is one of the most respected and acclaimed actresses in the world. She has been a frequent presence at the Cannes Film Festival, where she has won awards for her performances in films such as The English Patient and Three Colors: Blue. She has also made numerous appearances on the Parisian stage, most notably in a 2011 revival of the play Cyrano de Bergerac. Binoche is also a frequent presence at events and openings around the city, and can often be seen attending red carpet events.

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Dan in Real Life

Dan in Real Life
Juliette Binoche stars as Marie, a single mother and the sister of Dan, played by Steve Carell. Marie is a caring and supportive figure in Dan's life, offering him advice and support as he struggles to find his place in the world.

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Tusen ganger god natt

Tusen ganger god natt
Juliette Binoche stars as Rebecca, a woman who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer and is determined to spend her last days surrounded by her family. She and her husband, played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, embark on a journey to visit their three children and say goodbye.

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Le hussard sur le toit

Le hussard sur le toit
Juliette Binoche stars as Angélique de Carnéjac in the 1995 French historical drama Le hussard sur le toit. In the film, Binoche plays a young woman who falls in love with a French Royalist soldier (Olivier Martinez) during the Italian Revolution. The film was directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau and won the 1995 César Award for Best Film.

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Code inconnu

Code inconnu
Juliette Binoche plays the role of Anne, a young woman living in Paris. She is a radio journalist, trying to make sense of her life by piecing together fragments of her past. The film follows her as she travels across Europe, dealing with a variety of people, places, and experiences. It’s a powerful and moving story that will leave you thinking.

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L'heure d'été

L'heure d'été
Juliette Binoche plays the role of Helene in L'heure d'été (2008). The film follows the story of a family reunion in a small French village in the summer, during which time the family is forced to confront long-buried secrets and confrontations. Binoche gives a powerful performance as a woman trying to reconcile her past and her present.

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La veuve de Saint-Pierre

La veuve de Saint-Pierre
Juliette Binoche stars as Pauline La Mare, the widow of a sailor who is sentenced to death by guillotine in the 2000 French drama La veuve de Saint-Pierre. The film follows the story of Pauline and the captain of the local prison, Henri (Daniel Auteuil) as they form an unlikely bond and attempt to save her husband from the guillotine. Binoche's performance earned her a César Award for Best Actress.

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Paris, je t'aime

Paris, je t'aime
Juliette Binoche stars in the segment "Quartier de la Madeleine" of the movie Paris, je t'aime (2006). In the segment, she plays a grieving mother trying to locate her son.

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Copie conforme

Copie conforme
Juliette Binoche stars as Anne, a French professor mourning the death of her filmmaker husband in Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's 2010 French-language drama Copie Conforme. The film follows Anne's journey of discovery as she travels to Italy to meet with a man claiming to have been the late husband's lover. Binoche received critical acclaim for her performance, earning a BAFTA nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

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Mauvais sang

Mauvais sang
Juliette Binoche stars as Anna, a young woman living in Paris who is desperate for money to start a new life. She agrees to be part of a group of criminals who are attempting to steal a new revolutionary drug. She must use her wits to outsmart the criminals and stay alive while also trying to find a way to save her beloved brother from the clutches of the ruthless gang.

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Caché

Caché
Juliette Binoche gives a brilliant performance as Anne Laurent, a woman whose life is upended when she begins receiving mysterious, unsettling videotapes that appear to be monitoring her and her family. Binoche conveys all the complexity of Anne's emotions as she unravels the mystery, from confusion and fear to anger and sorrow.

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The Unbearable Lightness of Being

The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Juliette Binoche stars as the female lead, Tereza, in the 1988 film adaptation of the novel The Unbearable Lightness of Being. She is a Czech housekeeper who falls in love with a Czech doctor, Tomáš, and follows him to Switzerland. Binoche's performance in the film garnered her a nomination for a BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

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Chocolat

Chocolat
Juliette Binoche stars in the 2000 romantic comedy-drama Chocolat. The story follows Vianne Rocher, a free-spirited single mother who arrives to a small French village and opens a chocolate shop. Binoche's character, whose name also happens to be Vianne, is the owner of the shop and the main protagonist of the story. She quickly finds herself at odds with the conservative mayor and the villagers who are not used to her unconventional ways. Binoche perfectly captures Vianne's independent spirit and her warm, generous personality. Vianne's strength of character, her resilience, and her willingness to fight for what she believes in are all beautifully portrayed by Binoche. Her performance is full of subtlety and emotion and she gives an unforgettable performance. Her portrayal of Vianne is both captivating and unforgettable.

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The English Patient

The English Patient
Juliette Binoche won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Hana in The English Patient (1996). The film follows a story of love and loss during World War II. Binoche's performance as the compassionate nurse caring for a severely burned and amnesiac patient was acclaimed by critics and audiences alike.

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Les amants du Pont-Neuf

Les amants du Pont-Neuf
Juliette Binoche stars in the 1991 French romantic drama Les amants du Pont-Neuf (The Lovers on the Bridge). She plays Michèle, an alcoholic and homeless woman who falls in love with an artist (Denis Lavant) living on the Pont-Neuf, the oldest bridge in Paris. Together they must battle the elements, their own demons, and the city’s government as they strive to stay together. The film was directed by Leos Carax, and was a critical and commercial success.

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Trois Couleurs: Bleu

Trois Couleurs: Bleu
Juliette Binoche received universal acclaim for her performance as Juliette, the main character in Krzysztof Kieślowski's 1993 drama film Trois couleurs: Bleu (Three Colors: Blue). Her portrayal of Juliette earned her the César Award for Best Actress and the Venice Film Festival Award for Best Actress.

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Trois Couleurs: Rouge

Trois Couleurs: Rouge
Juliette Binoche stars as Julie Vignon in the 1994 movie Trois couleurs: Rouge. She plays a young woman who finds her life changed after witnessing a tragic car accident. She then becomes entangled in a complex web of fate and destiny, as she attempts to unravel the mystery of the accident and its consequences. Through her journey, she learns to appreciate the beauty and power of love and friendship.