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Maurice Pialat and the New French Realism

Sound and Fury

De bruit et de fureur

Brutal realism sits alongside moments of tender, poetic surrealism in Jean-Claude Brisseau’s film.

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France 1988
Dir Jean-Claude Brisseau
With François Négret, Vincent Gasperitsch, Bruno Cremer, Fabienne Babe
95min
Digital
English subtitles

The Parisian suburb of Seine-Saint-Denis provides the hard, concreted setting for Brisseau’s shocking film, which combines brutal realism with moments of tender, poetic surrealism. When neglected 13-year-old Bruno (Négret) falls in with feral Jean-Roger (Gasperitsch), who’s under the sway of his violent father, a sympathetic teacher tries to help, but the harsh realities of their environment are unforgiving.


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