Isabelle Huppert in a scene from "Louder Than Bombs."
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Few actors, male or female, are better at portraying an innate sense of mystery than French actress Isabelle Huppert.Huppert plays Isabelle Reed, a celebrated war photographer.Isabelle has left three men behind to grieve, all in crucial states of transition. Her husband, Gene (Gabriel Byrne) is a former film actor now teaching in the local school. The film progresses in a nonlinear fashion, commencing three years after Isabelle's death. Richard (David Strathairn), a dashing former colleague of Isabelle's, is writing an article to accompany the show, and tells Gene he'll have to address the true cause of Isabelle's death, which was reported as an accident.
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