Friday, 10 January 2014

“Yves Saint Laurent” the films





On  January 8 , presented the highly anticipated movie - biografy of fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, directed by Jalil Lespert and starring Pierre Niney as Saint Laurent and Guillaume Gallienne as his partner Pierre Berger . This is one of two films about the designer , which were released this year .

 
The second Saint Laurent film , directed by Bertrand Bonello, with Gaspard Ulliel playing the YSL and will be presented for the first time later this year at Cannes . However , while the Pierre Bergé (82 years) offered support to the work of Lespert, with 77 sets of records of Saint Laurent borrowed in production, has been threatened with legal action against the film Bonello.

Watch the trailer for "Yves Saint Laurent" of Lespert.

sourse: flapper.gr

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    1. I hope to watch them soon and have more news about these films! From the first sight, they must be very nice! If you watch them, keep me posted!

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  2. I cannot wait to see Bertrand Bonello's "Saint Laurent" when it comes out October 2014 in France and it was just selected for the 2014 Cannes Film Festival and is in the running for the Palme D'Or. Not having Pierre Bergé's approval means that Bonello has the freedom to show a side of Yves Saint Laurent or Pierre Bergé for that matter that Bergé doesn't want the world to see.The only great thing about Lespert's movie are Pierre Niney,Guillaume Galienne and the costumes. Bonello's movie has the 4x César nominee and the 2013 Palme d'Or winner and 2014 BAFTA nominee for Blue is the Warmest Color Léa Seydoux (Benoit Jacquot's Farewell My Queen,Brad Bird's Mission Impossible,Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris,Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds,Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel) and César winners Gaspard Ulliel,Louis Garrel and Jeremie Renier and Bonello's screenwriter is Thomas Bidegain who wrote Marion Cotillard's Rust and Bone which was nominated at the Golden Globes for Best Foreign Movie and for A Prophet by César and BAFTA winner Jacques Audiard .I expect a better script and better acting from everyone.

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