Saint Laurent

1967-1976. As one of history's greatest fashion designers entered a decade of freedom, neither came out of it in one piece.


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  • ★★★½ review by mandy on Letterboxd

    i'm a sucker for any movie that has lea seydoux and louis garrel in it

  • ★★★½ review by Eli Hauser on Letterboxd

    funky and stunning . my bootleg had no translations and i almost failed french but i still understood it more than song to song. 

    also gaspard is hot

  • ★★★★ review by josh lewis on Letterboxd

    "when i close my eyes i see gliding and floating, shapes and colors in motion, but when i open them... only heavy, dark things"

  • ★★★★ review by "clem" on Letterboxd

    I have now decided to dedicate my life to Louis Garrel only

  • ★★★★ review by willy on Letterboxd

    oh my bonello really bout it. 

    the fashion world as one big superficial high that slowly fades as you and everyone around you desperately try to hold on. the ending reminded me of nocturama. it's the grand fashion show and we see every detail of it on our screen at once through a 7-fold splitscreen, intercut with timeline jumping and everything. i spilled all my emotions within just one second at a particular cut towards the end because that's all it takes for bonello to suck the air out your lungs. that boy knows how to do a climax.

    gaspard ulliel is magnificent as yves.

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