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Savage Nights (1992)
 (บรรยายอังกฤษ)
 
   
 

Director:Cyril Collard Screenplay by:Cyril Collard, Jacques Fieschi  Music by:René-Marc Bini, Cyril Collard

Cinematography:Manuel Teran  Edited by: Lise Beaulieu Running time:126 min Country:France Language:French

Genre:Biography, Drama  Subtitle:English  Starring:Cyril Collard - Jean, Romane Bohringer - Laura, Carlos López - Samy,
Corine Blue - Lauras Mother
, Claude Winter - Jeans Mother, René-Marc Bini - Marc, Maria Schneider - Noria

 

 

 


หนังตัวอย่าง:

 


รางวัล: 7 wins & 3 nominations.

 

 

César Awards, France 1993

Won
César
Best Film (Meilleur film)
Cyril Collard 
Most Promising Actress (Meilleur jeune espoir féminin)
Romane Bohringer 
Best First Work (Meilleure première oeuvre)
Cyril Collard 
Best Editing (Meilleur montage)
Lise Beaulieu 
Nominated
César
Best Director (Meilleur réalisateur)
Cyril Collard 
Best Screenplay, Original or Adaptation (Meilleur scénario, original ou adaptation)
Cyril Collard 
Claude Sautet 
Best Music (Meilleure musique)
René-Marc Bini 
 

Torino International Festival of Young Cinema 1992

Won
Audience Award
International Feature Film Competition
Cyril Collard 
Won
FIPRESCI Prize
Cyril Collard 
Won
Jury Special Prize
International Feature Film Competition
Cyril Collard 
 
 

Savage Nights (1992)

Les Nuits Fauves (English: Savage Nights) is a 1992 French drama film directed and written by Cyril Collard. It stars Collard, Romane Bohringer and Carlos López. The film is an adaptation of Collard''s semi-autobiographical novel Les Nuits Fauves, published in 1989. It won four César Awards including Best Film.

Storyline
:
Jean is young, gay, and promiscuous. Only after he meets one or two women, including Laura does he come to realize his bisexuality. Jean has to overcome a personal crisis (he is HIV-positive) and a tough choice between Laura and his male lover Samy.

Reviews:
one of the greatest experiences of my life
by Eugene Maysky
When I saw it for the first time on 1st Russian Channel ORT in The Gold Collection I was so impressed I couldn''t talk about it. This movie really changed me, changed the way I felt about myself & the world around. Cyril have done really great job to help people understand that there are other colours in this world besides black & white and sometimes people are learning a lot even if hurts to live. I remember 2 interesting quotes: the 1st is from Del Amitri song: "When U driving with your breakes on, when U swimming with your boots on - it''s really hard to say U love someone, it''s really hard to say U don''t." And the 2nd is (somebody wrote once): everything that doesn''t kill me - makes me stronger. Unfortunately we can''t use it literally in this case. But it''s the same situation with all heroes - they die young & became famous. Another thing I''d like to say is: has anyone ever tried to compare Cyril Collard''s "Les Nuits Fauves" and Gregg Araki''s ''The Living End"? I mean these 2 pictures are quite different but I felt both of it are really personal & chamber. And acting, editing, directing & filming I think has a lot in common. But the end in "Les Nuits Fauves" I like more. And the music is just great. It''s not really professional but it makes it more touching. Thank U for reading this comment.


 





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