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Paris, 13th District  2021
Les Olympiades
Director:  Jacques Audiard
Producer:
  Jacques Audiard and Valérie Schermann
Art Director:
  Mila Preli
Editor:
  Juliette Welfling
Music:
  Clément Ducol Rone
Screenplay:
  Jacques Audiard, Léa Mysuis and Céline Sciamma, based on the short stories Amber Sweet, Killing and Dying, Summer Blonde and Hawaiian Getaway by Adrian Tomine
Director of Photography:
  Paul Guilhaume
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Cast:
spacer1 Lucie Zhang
spacer1 Makita Samba
spacer1 Noémie Merlant
spacer1 Jehnny Beth
spacer1 Camille Leon-Fucien
spacer1 Oceane Cairaty
spacer1 Anaide Rozam
spacer1 Stephen Manas
spacer1 Geneviéve Doang
spacer1 Lumina Wang
spacer1 Pol White
spacer1 Line Phé
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spacer1 Lucie Zhang spacer1 Makita Samba spacer1 Noémie Merlant
spacer1 Jehnny Beth spacer1 Camille Leon-Fucien spacer1 Oceane Cairaty
spacer1 Anaide Rozam spacer1 Stephen Manas spacer1 Geneviéve Doang
spacer1 Lumina Wang spacer1 Pol White spacer1 Line Phé
spacer1 Lucie Zhang spacer1 Makita Samba
spacer1 Noémie Merlant spacer1 Jehnny Beth
spacer1 Camille Leon-Fucien spacer1 Oceane Cairaty
spacer1 Anaide Rozam spacer1 Stephen Manas
spacer1 Geneviéve Doang spacer1 Lumina Wang
spacer1 Pol White spacer1 Line Phé

Synopsis:
Based on three stories by graphic novelist Adrian Tomine, Paris, 13th District sees French maestro Jacques Audiard stepping away from his previous crime genre tendencies to offer a panorama of love, desire and everyday survival in a racially, culturally, sexually diverse contemporary city.

Lucie Zhang plays Emilie, a free spirit working in telesales and trying to handle the expectations of her Taiwanese family, and who gets involved with her lodger Camille (Makita Samba), a literary postgraduate. Alongside these mesmerising newcomers, Noémie Merlant (Portrait of a Lady on Fire) plays law student Nora, whose life implodes when she is mistaken for cam girl ‘Amber’ (Savages singer Jehnny Beth). As their lives intersect, a bustling but unromantic Parisian district is the backdrop for a tough, tender, often euphoric city symphony. Script collaborators are writer-directors Céline Sciamma (Petite Maman) and Léa Mysius (Ava), with Paul Guilhaume’s crackling black-and-white photography bringing the Nouvelle Vague’s urban dreams electrically into the 21st century.

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