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Saint Laurent

DIRECTED BY: BERTRAND BONELLO | 2015 | 2H 30M | RATED R

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O Cinema Wynwood

90 NW 29th Street, Miami (305) 571-9970

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Yves Saint Laurent’s life from 1967 to 1976, during which time the famed fashion designer was at the peak of his career.

In this controversial and unauthorized biography, we see that not only did St. Laurent define himself and his design style during this period, but through both his persona and his business, made an indelible mark on the very era. Director Bertrand Bonello’s trademark fascination with the sensual, the sensory and the hedonistic makes a perfect fit to explore St. Laurent’s now-mythological decade of deliverance. With stunning attention to detail, including a climactic recreation of St. Laurent’s revolutionary Moroccan-inspired 1976 collection, Bonello captures the spirit of creative genius in a time of great freedom, even as emotional vertigo threatened St. Laurent’s own spectacular heights.

A brilliant cast, including Jeremie Renier as St. Laurent’s life and business partner Pierre Berge (who refuses to this day to lend credence to Bonello’s film) and Louis Garel as St. Laurent’s male model lover, as well as Helmut Berger and Brady Corbet in memorable appearances, add to the rich, luxurious texture of the hunt for beauty and perfection.

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Reflects more of the designer’s tortured creative drive in its dark onyx surfaces; it’s the slightly deranged auteur portrait that a fellow artist and iconoclast deserves.
– VARIETY

Shepherding you past security with a flash of a V.I.P. all-access pass, it confers instant insider status made even more alluring by the element of time travel.
– NEW YORK TIMES

The film’s overall energy and synth-scored kink is dizzying, especially in scenes of Yves waking up covered in snakes.
– ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

Never less than a sensual delight. The editing craftily mimics Laurent’s style, impeccably cut and full of stealth moves and weird angles that take you by surprise.
– NPR

The most exciting part of the film is the designer’s famous show of sumptuous Moroccan-inspired gowns, bursting with wild color and verve. It’s thrilling to watch the collection brought together …
– ASSOCIATED PRESS

Both emotionally and aesthetically authentic and highly watchable at all times.
– FILM JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL

The movie’s best moments have a shivery eroticism and a trancelike intensity.
– NEW YORKER

We can never have too many scenes of half-naked beautiful people spaced out in slo-mo to Giorgio Morodor-like music.
– FILM.COM

… Saint Laurent captures both the private frustration and the private sense of accomplishment that comes with making art.
– AV CLUB