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Bloody Oranges(Oranges sanguines)

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France · 2021
1h 42m
Director Jean-Christophe Meurisse
Starring Alexandre Steiger, Christophe Paou, Lilith Grasmug, Olivier Saladin
Genre Comedy, Horror

In France, a retired couple deep in debt tries to win a rock dance competition, a government official tries to avoid a tax evasion scandal, and a teenage girl is eager to lose her virginity. These seemingly unconnected vignettes will converge into chaos in this shocking black comedy.

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Bloody Oranges somehow registers itself as an important film and proves significant in every cinematic sense.


Los Angeles Times by Noel Murray

Bloody Oranges isn’t a heavy-handed polemic. It’s more a genre-hopping experiment: sometimes funny, sometimes terrifying. Meurisse’s pluck is admirable, even though — or perhaps because — he’s made something often incredibly unpleasant.


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

Taken as a whole, the film is the quintessence of “mixed bag,” with some sketch situations, characters and performances commanding our attention, and others just sort of drifting by, “connecting” the disparate stories but accomplishing little else.


Screen Daily by Wendy Ide

A savage black comedy and an up-to-the-moment commentary on contemporary society, Bloody Oranges launches a broadside on political correctness.

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