Abuse of Weakness

  • March 22, 2014 / 19:30
  • March 23, 2014 / 17:30

Director: Catherine Breillat
Cast: İsabelle Huppert, Kool Shen
France, Germany, Belgium, 104’, 2013, color

French with Turkish subtitles

Maud is a powerful, independent producer. Although she has great difficulties after a stroke, she gains back all her body functions after huge effort. She wants to start a new artistic project. When she opens her heart to impressive but cheating Vilko, their involuntary relationship becomes more passionate for Maud, in time. Vilko is indifferent toward Maud. But then, Maud finds herself writing checks under the name “business enterprise” for her desires.

Advisory warning: Suitable for adult audiences only. Contains scenes of nudity and violence which some audiences may find disturbing.

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