Philip Kaufman's brilliant film explores the erotic life of two individuals who become 20th
Century literary giants. Upon meeting unconventional American author Henry Miller (Fred Ward) in Paris,
1931, a young writer named Anais Nin (Maria de Medeiros) embarks on a passionate voice of self-discovery,
and faithfully records every experience in her diary.
In their defiant search for new truths, Anais and Henry are tantalized by Henry's enigmatic and hauntingly sensual
wife, June (Uma Thurman). Beautifully photographed, Henry and June is an unforgettable journey into
the uncharted territory of human relationships, based on the long-suppressed sections of Anais Nin's diaries.