About the Film
Directors: Bertrand Bonello
Actors: Gaspard Ulliel, Léa Seydoux and Louis Garrel
A stellar cast led by Gaspard Ulliel (who received a nomination for Best Actor at the French Academy Awards for this role) brings to the screen the life of famed fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. The film focuses on a period between 1967 and 1976, during which time Saint Laurent was at the peak of his career and explores both the light and dark sides of the famous designer.
The screening will conclude with an open discussion led by our in-house film expert, Barbara Bouquegneau.
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