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Photo of Denis Lavant

Denis Lavant

“For me, a role isn’t just a face and a voice, and the great actor that I admire are those who use their body to give a shape to their character, for example Marlon Brando, whose acting has so much style.”

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    MAUVAIS SANG

    Léos Carax France, 1986

    A hot blooded ‘80s potion of gangster cinema, AIDS fears, and giddy romance, Leos Carax’s second film features a young Juliette Binoche in one of her first major roles—next to Denis Lavant, Michel Piccoli and Julie Delpy!—while its soundtrack includes Bowie’s “Modern Love” in a now-iconic scene.

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    BOY MEETS GIRL

    Léos Carax France, 1984

    Citizen Kane, Hiroshima, mon amour, 400 Blows: rare first films that seem to come to us fully formed, of shocking vision and freshness. The dizzyingly romantic debut film of Léos Carax is just that: the birth of a radically new cinema that was sensitive to the old yet embarks on its own unique path.

    AGE OF UPRISING: THE LEGEND OF MICHAEL KOHLHAAS

    Arnaud des Pallières France, 2013

    As gritty and austere as it is beautiful and explosive, Age of Uprising tells a sweeping story of personal justice coinciding with the decline of feudalism. Mads Mikkelsen’s brooding intensity matches the vengeful determination of the protagonist, resulting in a fiercely compelling performance.

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