An American expat based in France since the late ’60s, Green’s lovely, lucid films of Bressonian formalism, spiritual yearning, and disarming emotional directness have gained him an ardent cult following since the appearance of his first feature in 2001. Discover one of the best-kept secrets of contemporary European cinema with two of his best: La Sapienza, his paean to the pleasures of Baroque architecture, and The Son of Joseph, a soulful, comic religious allegory set in contemporary France.