A personal film about relationships and letting go, 35 Shots of Rum was inspired by the subtle, graceful work of Japanese filmmaker Ozu. Depicting a widowed father sharing an apartment with his adult daughter, the story is told in the pauses between their words. “Sublime . . . Denis’ warmest, most radiant work” (Village Voice). A provocative director recognized for her explorations of cross-cultural tensions, Denis was the subject of the Walker’s 1998 Regis Retrospective, and has screened two films at previous Women with Vision film festivals. 2008, 35mm, in French with English subtitles, 100 minutes.