Personal Shopper (review)

Personal Shopper (review)
Personal Shopper (review)
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Kristen Stewart lives in Paris, where she works for a famous woman picking up her designer clothes, but it’s not an especially glamorous gig. Meanwhile, she’s a medium waiting for a sign from her recently deceased twin brother. Since this was made by French director Olivier Assayas, (who cast Stewart to play the personal assistant to Juliette Binoche in “Clouds of Sils Maria”) you can expect a slow, observational style that lets scenes play out without much emotion. Stewart rides thru the role with little expression, while the supernatural element only serves to complicate matters in this fragmented screenplay. Some mysterious events added a bit of apprehension and hope for some spooks. Unfortunately, after it was over, I had no idea what had happened or why we were supposed to care.


2 out of 5 stars (2 / 5)


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