Michael Phelps to participate in Shark Week

Juliette Binoche

'Personal Shopper' review: Kristen Stewart embodies woman haunted by grief

'Personal Shopper' review: Kristen Stewart embodies woman haunted by grief

No matter what sort of movie you're expecting from "Personal Shopper," you'll get it. You'll also contend with three others, and then the movie you first expected will turn inside out.

So all that awaits the receptive viewer, along with a dangling modifier of an ending guaranteed to satisfy virtually no one. Even so, this is one of the most intriguing pictures of the year, a genre-hopper of unusual gravity. It's also the latest proof that Kristen Stewart has the goods for a long-haul acting career, with all sorts of directors, playing all sorts of characters.

"Personal Shopper" comes from writer-director Olivier Assayas, based in France, who worked...

66°