Mauvais Sang ★★ Bad Blood 1986
Carax's second film tells the story of rival gangsters who are searching for a serum that cures a devastating disease. Streetwise Alex (Lavant) from “Boy Meets Girl” (1984) also returns as the thief who is supposed to steal the serum (his character is again seen in 1991's “The Lovers on the Bridge.”). French with subtitles. 125m/C VHS, DVD . FR Michel Piccoli, Denis Lavant, Juliette Binoche, Hans Meyer, Julie Delpy, Carroll Brooks, Serge Reggiani, Hugo Pratt, Mireille Perrier; D: Leos Carax; W: Leos Carax; C: Jean-Yves Escoffier; M: Serge Reggiani, Charles Aznavour.
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