Most people will think she wore an outfit made of porcelain or something.
Poor Cate Blandshit: Played with astonishing sensitivity by the 19-year-old Adèle Exarchopoulos, she gives every appearance, when we first encounter her, of being an ordinary French teenager. And yet, over the course of nearly three hours and what seems like about a half-dozen years, Adèle acquires a depth and grandeur that make her equal to some of the great heroines of literature. For a while, as with Anna Karenina or Elizabeth Bennet or Clarissa Dalloway, her life is also yours, and afterward you may discover that yours has altered as a result of the encounter. --The New York Times