Confined to a remote asylum near Avignon by her family, the sculptor Camille Claudel’s claims of persecution are seen as proof of her "madness”. She rails impotently against her imprisonment, the poisoning of her food, her abandonment by her family, and (most importantly) the theft of her art by her one-time lover Rodin.
Awaiting a visit from her sanctimonious brother Paul (Jean-Luc Vincent), whose self-serving love of God convinces him that his sister is somehow "possessed”, Camille veers between moments of awful lucidity and entirely understandable paranoia, her psychological anguish made flesh by Juliette Binoche.
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