France | 2016 | Bertrand Bonello
A diverse group of young Parisian radicals plots a series of bomb attacks around the city before meeting up at their hideout, a luxury department store that, after hours, turns into a consumerist playground for them. This sensuously shot new film from the director of Saint Laurent and House of Pleasures shuns sociology and character motivation to focus on the abiding sense of angst and unease that has recently pervaded city life in the West. “A disturbingly relevant snapshot of contemporary tensions...Magnetic and purely cinematic.” –Variety. Adults only! Subtitles. DCP. 130 min.
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