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Los Feliz 3 | Q&A following with director Leos Carax, moderated by filmmaker Sandi Tan
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Home / Now Showing / BAD BLOOD (Mauvais Sang)
A wild mixture of classic French crime and Minnelli-esque romance, BAD BLOOD begins with a gang of thieves plotting to steal a deadly AIDS-like virus. Carax dispenses with the gangster film trappings, focusing on the electric love affair between petty crook Denis Lavant and the luminous Juliette Binoche. Featuring Julie Delpy, Michel Piccoli, and Serge Reggiani; and mouth-watering cinematography by Jean-Yves Escoffier.
DISTRIBUTOR: Kino Lorber