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Natural Born Killers (English version)
Main projection room
March 29th, 2023
118 min
USA : entre deux siècles

If certain decades of American cinema are immediately identifiable, this is not quite the case for the 1990s and early 2000s, which form a sort of continuum of films straddling two centuries. It is as if the idea of a new era was an occasion for the American cinema to search for and reinvent itself, between the blockbuster era of the 1990s and the digital revolution that began in the 2000s. While some big names prove that they have not said their last word (David Lynch, Martin Scorsese, Terrence Malick), young filmmakers begin their career (Quentin Tarantino, Michel Gondry, Gus Van Sant), confirm their talent (Todd Haynes, Gregg Araki, Steven Soderbergh) or make the highlight of their filmography before disappearing (Tony Kaye, Lodge Kerrigan). Still, there is an undeniable pleasure in revisiting some of the major works of this moment, oscillating between new imaginations, a taste for quotes and the reappropriation of some cinematic styles.

Natural Born Killers
Directed by
Oliver Stone
Woody Harrelson, Juliette Lewis, Rodney Dangerfield
118 min
Crime, Drama, Action
35 mm

Two murderous psychopaths with unhappy childhoods become stars because of the complacency of the media.

Natural Born Killers

Oliver Stone

Oliver Stone is an American film director, screenwriter, documentary filmmaker, film producer and actor. After his military service in Vietnam, he resumed his studies and turned to film. He joined the University of New York and met Lloyd Kaufman, founder of the company Troma Entertainment, specialized in horror films, and especially Martin Scorsese, who became his professor. In the 1980s, Oliver Stone really started to work as a screenwriter and he found himself in the credits of some of the greatest directors: Brian De Palma for Scarface, Alan Parker** for Midnight Express and Evita or Michael Cimino** for The Year of the Dragon. He received four Oscars, including best adapted screenplay for Midnight Express in 1978, best film and best director for Platoon in 1986, and best director for Born on the Fourth of July in 1989. Then in the years 90-2000 he directed several films and documentaries such as, Wall Street, Alexandre, Comandante, JFK, The Doors, Natural Born Killer etc. In 2010, he signed the sequel to his 1987 Wall Street, entitled Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. In 2012, he adapted a novel by Don Winslow, for the film Savages, followed by the film Snowden.


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