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Then he used a string of profanities to encourage partygoers to let themselves go, leading by example through a sweaty, energetic performance. ” he asked one devotee, who’d passed him a Sharpie marker.
The hero of “Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles” spends most of the film’s 3 ½ hours alone in rooms. Gamely played by Delphine Seyrig, Jeanne has only one real companion: the film’s director, Chantal Akerman.
But talk is brief, if it happens at all, even if it’s her beloved but remote teenage son.
RELATED: Geek Girl in Hollywood: A plea for sanity over "Batman v Superman"Akerman was only 25 when she made “Dielman,” in 1975.
Last October, the Belgian filmmaker took her life, at 65.
Her films often spend huge tracts of time staring dead-eyed at people isolated in frames, usually not speaking, almost never articulating their pain or whatever’s going on in their heads.