• Greek Title Οι μπάσταρδοι
  • English Title Bastards
  • Original Title Les salauds
  • Year: 2013
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Country: France
  • Duration: 100'
  • Director: Claire Denis
  • Scriptwriter: Jean-Pol Fargeau, Claire Denis
  • Cinematography: Agnès Godard
  • Editing: Annette Dutertre
  • Music / Score: Stuart Staples
  • Sound: Martin Boissau
  • Cast: Vincent Lindon, Chiara Mastroianni, Julie Bataille, Michel Subor, Lola Créton, Alex Descas
  • Production: Brahim Chioua, Laurence Clerc, Olivier Théry-Lapiney, Alcatraz Films, Wild Bunch
  • Co-production: Arte France Cinema, Pandora Producktion
  • Distinctions: Festival de Cannes 2013 - Un Certain Regard
  • Color: Color
  • Audio: Sound
  • Language: French
  • Format: DCP
  • Print Source: Wild Bunch
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A young woman walks naked and covered in blood on high heels on a dark street in Paris. Her uncle, a supertanker captain who is called back urgently to Paris , undertakes to investigate the case and is confronted with sexual exploitation circuits and the perversions of good families in Paris. Godard's evocative dark photography offers a neo-noir style to Denis's drama. Also remarkable is the music score by Tindersticks.

Award-winning French screenwriter and director Claire Denis was born in Paris but grew up in various African countries until the age of 12. She began her film career as an assistant director in films by Robert Enrico, Wim Wenders, Costa Gavras, Jacques Rivet and Jim Jarmusch.

The French Agnès Godard (1951) studied journalism before turning to cinematography. Initially, she worked as a cameraperson alongside important cinematographers and directors such as Robby Müller, Henri Alekan, Wim Wenders, Peter Greenaway and others. Her personal style developed with her long-term collaboration with director Claire Dennis. In her words: “I like to look at people, in order to love them”. In 2021, at the Cannes Film Festival, she was awarded the
Pierre Angénieux Tribute for her contribution to world cinema.



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