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France, Germany | 2012 | Leos Carax
Leos Carax’s fifth feature is one of 2012’s must-see movies! A mysterious French businessman in a stretch limo dons different disguises for a surreal series of theatrical “appointments,” playing different roles in scenes around Paris that evoke various film genres and famous movies. “An electrifying, confounding, what-the-hell-just-happened exercise in unbounded imagination, unapologetic theatricality, bravura acting and head-over-heels movie-love.” –Washington Post. “The coolest and strangest movie of the year.” -Salon.com Subtitles.
115 min. 35mm.
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