In The Intruder, director Claire Denis seems more concerned with putting visual poetry onscreen than with telling a coherent story. The result is a beautifully elegiac tale about a 68-year-old man an outdoorsman whom no one (including his neighbors and son) really likes who leaves his cabin in France in search of a new heart on the black market.
Along the way, the film charts his journey, which also takes him to South Korea and Tahiti to look for another son one who doesn't want to be found. Or at least, that's what we think happens. No matter Denis' haunting, lyrical images stick with you long after the story fades.
Thu., March 30, 7 p.m.; Sat., April 1, 9:25 p.m.