Bertrand Bonello
Berlin: The "Nocturama" director captures the anxiety of isolation in a sketchy film that features one of Gaspard Ulliel's final roles.
There've been a lot of movies about Voodoo culture and its colonialist history, but only Bertrand Bonello's includes a speech about Rihanna.
The "House of Tolerance" director's new film is such a lucid portrait of modern terrorism precisely because it refuses to clear things up.
Bertrand Bonello's stylish new film asks difficult questions, but offers frustratingly few answers.
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Bertrand Bonello's 'Saint Laurent' Is a Dreamy, Delirious Ode to a Troubled Iconoclast
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