“An absorbing, empathic portrait of a complex woman caught between her own obstinacy and melancholy.”
—The Village Voice
“Deceptively simple, the film oozes honesty and spontaneity; the word, quite bluntly, is masterpiece.”
“There are things about it which lend it a unique, quixotic quality which pushes it far above and beyond its contemporaries.”
—Little White Lies
Éric Rohmer’s portrait of perpetual loneliness. A masterpiece in the yearning for human connection, THE GREEN RAY sees Delphine (Marie Rivière) in the midst of her self-imposed isolations against tactile backdrops in the French summer.