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Paris, 13th District

(Rated R18)

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Overview

Palme d'Or winner Jacques Audiard (Rust and Bone, Dheepan) collaborates with Portrait of a Lady on Fire writer-director Céline Sciamma, along with Léa Mysius, on this adaptation of Adrian Tomine’s award-winning graphic novel Killing and Dying. Set in Paris’s 13th arrondissement, Audiard’s film charts the interwoven relationships between four young adults, played by Lucie Zhang, Makita Samba, Savages lead singer Jehnny Beth and Noémie Merlant (Portrait of a Lady on Fire). A seductive study of love and life in the French capital, Paris, 13th District considers the way relationships have evolved in the modern era.

Official Selection
— Cannes Film Festival 2021
“Swoon-worthy”
— The Telegraph UK

Why You Should See This Film

Co-written by Céline Sciamma, set in Paris and shot in black-and-white? Count us in. Audiard’s Cannes-selected film is a sexy, intelligent, engrossing tale of crossing paths that draws you in from the outset. It doesn’t shy away from explicit scenes or topics (hence the R rating), resulting in an unusually frank and intimate portrayal of contemporary relationships.

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  • Year: 2021
  • Rating: R18
  • Director: Jacques Audiard
  • Cast: Lucie Zhang, Noémie Merlant, Makita Samba
  • Duration: 105 minutes
  • Language: French and Chinese with English subtitles
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