Bertrand Bonello

Bertrand Bonello | France | 2014| 150 min. | V.O French subtitled in Spanish and English

Bertrand Bonello uses a ghostly seductive tone to portray the life of Yves Saint Laurent between the 60s and 70s, the golden period when the Parisian designer was on the crest of the wave. Also a time of excesses, of rampant hedonism, of reigning over the nights of the world’s jet set, and of rubbing shoulders with the exultant artistic avant-garde of that era. His tortured creative life, his buoyant social life, his relationship with Karl Lagerfield’s model, Jacques de Bauscher, and the silent support of his partner Pierre Bergé make up the story of a decade which YSL swept through but from which he did not emerge unscathed.


Direction: Bertrand Bonello

Script: Thomas Bidegain, Betrand Bonello

Cinematography: Josee Deshaies

Editing: Fabrice Rouaud

Music: Bertrand Bonello

Sound: Nicolas Cantin, Nicolas Moreau, Jean-Pierre Laforce

Cast: Gaspard Ulliel, Jérémie Renier, Léa Seydoux, Louis Garrel

Production: Éric Altmayer, Nicolas Altmayer


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