Directed by Tessa LOUISE-SALOMÉ
In France, Leos Carax has long been branded as a mysterious, solitary filmmaker with an aversion to both the media and the public at large. Yet outside of his home country, his work takes precedence over this public image, and he is recognized as an icon of world cinema. Mr X tackles this complex artist—a cult figure from his first feature—by plunging the spectator into the poetic and visionary world of his films.
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