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 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

  • ★★★★½ review by framaca on Letterboxd

    no this film is amazing and you guys are wrong

  • ★★★★ review by Hooded Justice on Letterboxd

    "Are you sure it's the fashion?"

    "This is style. Fashion passes like a train."

    As expected, Bertrand Bonello's film about fashion icon Yves Saint Laurent has style to burn. It also doesn't shy away from showing the depths to which he sank in his personal life even while he flourished professionally. True, that's standard biopic procedure, but it's bracing when the subject is as unapologetically gay as Saint Laurent was.

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