It is Léa Seydoux who carries ‘One Fine Morning’ and, in fact, enlivens the film’s more repetitive passages — sometimes art about routine can, itself, become routine.
Léa Seydoux and Camille Leban Martins in ‘One Fine Morning.’ Via Sony Pictures Classics
Mr. Naves is an artist, teacher and critic based in New York City. His writing has appeared in City Arts, The New Criterion,The New York Observer, Slate, The Spectator World, The Wall Street Journal, and other publications.
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