Milos Stehlik Reviews “Let the Sunshine In” and Discusses Jiri Trnka’s Legacy

From left, actress Juliette Binoche, director Claire Denis and novelist Christine Angot attend a premiere of “Un Beau Soleil Interieur” (Let the Sunshine In) in Paris, France, Monday, Sept. 25, 2017.
From left, actress Juliette Binoche, director Claire Denis and novelist Christine Angot attend a premiere of "Un Beau Soleil Interieur" (Let the Sunshine In) in Paris, France, Monday, Sept. 25, 2017. Kamil Zihnioglu / AP Photo
From left, actress Juliette Binoche, director Claire Denis and novelist Christine Angot attend a premiere of “Un Beau Soleil Interieur” (Let the Sunshine In) in Paris, France, Monday, Sept. 25, 2017.
From left, actress Juliette Binoche, director Claire Denis and novelist Christine Angot attend a premiere of "Un Beau Soleil Interieur" (Let the Sunshine In) in Paris, France, Monday, Sept. 25, 2017. Kamil Zihnioglu / AP Photo

Milos Stehlik Reviews “Let the Sunshine In” and Discusses Jiri Trnka’s Legacy

WBEZ film contributor and Facets multimedia founder Milos Stehlik joins Worldview to discuss puppet animation pioneer Jiri Trnka. He is the subject of a retrospective at the Gene Siskel Film Center from June 3 through July 4. The Czech animator, director and illustrator adapted literary works into animated films in the 1940s. Trnka was known as the Walt Disney of Eastern Europe. He worked in Eastern Europe during the Nazi regime. Many of his films have a subversive political context. Milos also reviews “Let the Sunshine In,” a new French film starring Claire Denis about a middle-aged woman navigating sexuality, relationships, and identity.