Die Nacht ist jung (1986)

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Die Nacht ist jung: Directed by Leos Carax. With Michel Piccoli, Juliette Binoche, Denis Lavant, Hans Meyer. As a deadly virus which infects people who have loveless sex sweeps Paris, a lonely pariah attempts to steal a potent antidote, only to fall for the mistress of his partner-in-crime. Is the infectious young love the cure to the bad blood?

“You will remember Mauvais Sang because of: – its unique u0026amp; very recognizable directoru0026#39;s style; – visual experiments that have broadened the cinema art horizon (please donu0026#39;t forget that this film was released in 1986 and was copied since then in many other films and videos, which makes it less experimental nowadays); – high energy level due to variation in static close-ups and dynamic scenes shot by the moving camera; – love story that touches but stays far away from clichés; – plot that plays with stereotypes of a gangster film and leaves enough space for your imagination.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eVisual ideas of Leos Carax can be encountered in, for instance, Romeo + Juliet by Buz Luhrmann, Delicatessen by Jeunet u0026amp; Caro and a recent art house hit – Le Fabuleux destin du0026#39;Amélie Poulain by Jean-Pierre Jeunet.”

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