Paris, in the early 1990s: a group of young activists is desperately tied to finding the cure against an unknown lethal disease. They target the pharmaceutical labs that are retaining potential cures, and multiply direct actions, with the hope of saving their lives as well as the ones of future generations.
|Original Title||:||120 battements par minute|
|Release Date||:||August 23, 2017|
|Production Company||:||France 3 Cinéma, Memento Films Production, Page 114, Les Films de Pierre, FD Productions|
|Casts||:||Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Arnaud Valois, Adèle Haenel, Antoine Reinartz, Felix Maritaud, Ariel Borenstein, Aloïse Sauvage, Simon Bourgade, Mehdi Touré, Simon Guélat, Coralie Russier, Catherine Vinatier, Théophile Ray, Saadia Bentaïeb, Jean-François Auguste, Julien Herbin, Samuel Churin, Rahim-Silvioli Mehdi, Pascal Tantot, Yves Heck, Emmanuel Menard, François Rabette, Caroline Piette, Naelle Dariya, Sabrina Aliane, Marco Horanieh|
|Plot Keywords||:||paris, france, aids, europe, laboratory, cure, pharmaceuticals, 1990s|
Repetitive. Did not go anywhere. Characters are "pretty", but mundane. Sensationalism, i.e lots of sex. Writing is fair at best. Need to cut about 40 minutes out of the movie. Do we really need to go through every step of dressing a dead man. Obviously politics in "film awards".