Claire Denis is a filmmaker who seems drawn to people who live in the margins of society and that is very much the case in her 1996 film Nenette And Boni. Boni (Gregoire Colin) is a pizza chef living in the apartment he used to share with his recently deceased mother-lusting after the local baker's wife--the baker is inexplicably played by Vincent Gallo (Why? He's not French.). His life is disrupted when his young sister Nenette (Alice Houri) shows up on his doorstep seven months pregnant. I wasn't pulled into this world as strongly as I have been in other Denis films-she is excellent at creating a mood and world in her films. However, in this film I just wasn't compelled to care for these characters much.