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Bloody Oranges – Film Review | Cannes 2021


The old world is dying, and the new world struggles to be born: now is the time of monsters.” ―Antonio Gramsci

Alex (Alexandre Steiger) is a lawyer looking to make his way up in the world when he starts working with the corrupt Financial Secretary of France, Stéphane (Christophe Paou), who is trying to change his image. Meanwhile, Alex’s elderly parents are thousands of euros in debt and enter a dance contest hoping to take home the top prize. It won’t erase their debt, but it’ll get them one step closer. We also get to meet Louise (Lilith Grasmug), a 16-year-old girl who is ready to lose her virginity, after getting an interesting tutorial from her doctor.

Over the course of a few days all of these people will cross paths at one point or another. Alex will eventually do something…

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