In I've Loved You So Long, Juliette (Kristen Scott Thomas) has been estranged from her family for 15 years. Although life once violently separated them, Léa (Elsa Zylberstein), her younger sister, takes her into her home, which she shares with her husband Luc, his father, and their little girls. The film is about the strength of women, their capacity to shine forth, reconstruct themselves and be reborn. It is a story about our secrets, about confinement, and about the isolation we all share. We recently caught up with writer/director Philippe Claudel as well as his leading lady Kristin Scott Thomas to talk with them about their upcoming drama. To watch our exclusive interviews, click on the video clips below:

I've Loved You So Long opens October 24th, 2008.