Claire Denis, No Fear, No Die, 1990 (still); photo: courtesy Pyramide Productions


No Fear, No Die

Part of Modern Cinema: Claire Denis

“Isaach De Bankolé and Alex Descas play émigrés trying to hack a living in a restaurant/truckstop/cockfighting arena on the outskirts of Paris. Claire Denis’s rarely screened second feature sets the tone for her later troubled, seductive nocturnes with its intuitively felt roadside portrait of communion and self-destruction.”
— BAMcinématek

Film Details

Country: France/Germany
Language: French
Year: 1990
Running time: 90 min
Format: 35mm
Director: Claire Denis
Screenwriters: Claire Denis, Jean-Pol Fargeau
Producers: Francis Boesflung, Philippe Carcassone
Cinematographer: Pascal Marti
Editor: Dominique Auvray
Source: Institut Français

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