Claire Denis’ “35 Shots of Rum” possesses incredibly portrays acute insights into the physical world that will leave you in awe. Although mainly portrayed through violence, the violence of colonialism, of a male desire, and of memory is excellently portrayed. The drama comes with a widower, who portrays a heartbreaking role and his independent daughter. These two live together in an apartment. This film is a vividly explains a lot about our bodies and the space that they occupy. It also unfolds like many of other sensual films that Yasujirō Ozu never had a chance to make. “35 Shots of Rum” is a bittersweet tale comprising of rays of disappointment and laughter that in reality shape our lives. These are depicted as the definite factors that make us fall apart and also bring us together. The film is told in a physical mentality that helps you feel it on your own skin. For everyone, the ‘Nightshift’ highlight is a sequence that must be seen before death. The film was positively received and was the second-best reviewed film of the year. It was inspired by Yasujirō Ozu’s Late Spring.