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Loulou (1980)
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Starring: Gerard Depardieu, Isabelle Huppert, Guy Marchand
Director: Maurice Pialat
Category: Avant Garde, Foreign
Studio: New Yorker
Subtitles:
English
Length:
110 mins

 
 

 

"A masterpiece of subtlety and eroticism." -Andrew Sarris, Village Voice

One of French director Maurice Pialat's most sexually charged films, LouLou is a masterpiece of unabashed eroticism and authentic romance. When married woman Nelly (Isabelle Huppert) meets LouLou (Gerard Depardieu), a charming leather-jacketed stud in a crowded Paris disco, she can't resist his lustful style and returns home with him. LouLou turns out to be as passionate in bed as on a dance floor and the film embarks on their freewheeling relationship

As LouLou, Gerard Depardieu exudes an eroticism that proves irresistible to Nelly who leaves her middle-class husband for a socially marginal existence with him. When Huppert and Depardieu are on the screen together they radiate the most dangerously anarchic sexuality imaginable.