26 Dec 21
Felicity Beckett talks to writer-director Julia Ducournau about her Palme D'Or winning movie, Titane. In cinemas now.
A series of brutal, unexplained murders sweep a region of France. A car show dancer with a titanium plate fitted into her head nurtures a dark fixation. A young man with a bruised face is discovered in an airport, claiming to be a child who disappeared ten years ago.
Forged in blood, sweat and oil, how all three things intersect is the story of Titane, the Palme D'Or-winning from Raw director Julia Ducournau.
Listen to our review of Titane on the December edition of The Love Of Cinema.
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