Jacques Audiard

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Paris, 13th District review – Jacques Audiard’s sexy apartment-block anthology
Audiard brings his typical visual fluency to this entertaining collection of interlocking stories about characters hooking up in the 13th arrondissement

Peter Bradshaw

14, Jul, 2021 @10:16 PM

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Cannes makes up for lost time with a thrilling auteur-packed lineup | Peter Bradshaw
After a year off, Leos Carax should have punters at each others’ throats – and Wes Anderson will boost the blood sugar

Peter Bradshaw

03, Jun, 2021 @2:09 PM

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The 100 best films of the 21st century
Gangsters, superheroes, schoolkids, lovers, slaves, peasants, techies, Tenenbaums and freefalling astronauts – they’re all here in our countdown of cinema’s best movies since 2000

Peter Bradshaw, Cath Clarke, Andrew Pulver and Catherine Shoard

13, Sep, 2019 @5:00 AM

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The Sisters Brothers review: Jacques Audiard saddles up for a subtle and funny western
The English-language debut from the French director is an all-American delight, starring Joaquin Phoenix and John C Reilly perfect as sad, squabbling siblings

Peter Bradshaw

02, Sep, 2018 @5:30 PM

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The most exciting films of 2017: returning auteurs
In the latest in our 10-part series, the films we are most looking forward to next year by the world’s most singular directors

Catherine Shoard

22, Dec, 2016 @11:24 AM

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Joaquin Phoenix set to play Jesus and a brother called Sisters
The Oscar-nominated actor eyed to play Christ opposite Rooney Mara’s Mary Magdalene, and to take the lead in Jacques Audiard’s English-language debut

Catherine Shoard

26, Apr, 2016 @11:06 AM

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Why Dheepan's take on immigration isn't helpful
Jacques Audiard’s depiction of Sri Lankans faking family ties to escape war is powerful, but highly selective in both the challenges the outcasts meet and its toxic depiction of France’s multiracial suburbs

Caspar Salmon

20, Apr, 2016 @5:25 PM

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Dheepan review – dirt, debris, squalor… and utterly gripping
Jacques Audiard’s bold tale of Tamil refugees attempting to make a new life in a Paris banlieue is let down only by a jarring conclusion

Jonathan Romney

10, Apr, 2016 @6:59 AM

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Dheepan review – a crime drama packed with epiphanic grandeur
Jacques Audiard’s confident Palme d’Or-winner has a rare and keen interest in its characters – a trio of Tamil refugees in Paris – and an exhilarating mastery of style

Peter Bradshaw

07, Apr, 2016 @2:00 PM

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Jacques Audiard: ‘I wanted to give migrants a name, a shape… a violence of their own’
The award-winning French director Jacques Audiard talks about his latest film, Dheepan, the story of Tamil refugees on a tough Parisian housing estate

Jonathan Romney

03, Apr, 2016 @9:00 AM

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Dheepan’s Antonythasan Jesuthasan: from Tamil Tiger to star of a Palme d’Or winner
The lead in Jacques Audiard’s latest film left Sri Lanka’s bloody civil war and arrived in France to work a series of low-paid jobs. His extraordinary story is mirrored in the new work from the director of A Prophet

Tom Seymour

31, Mar, 2016 @6:00 PM

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Jacques Audiard to adapt The Sisters Brothers for English-language debut
The Beat That My Heart Skipped director saddles up to direct western starring John C Reilly

Guardian film

25, Aug, 2015 @10:49 AM

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