Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent

A look at the life of French designer Yves Saint Laurent from the beginning of his career in 1958 when he met his lover and business partner, Pierre Berge.

Yves Saint Laurent is a 2014 French biographical drama film directed by Jalil Lespert and co-written with Jacques Fieschi, Jérémie Guez and Marie-Pierre Huster. The film focuses on the relationship between  designer Yves Saint Laurent and his homosexual partner Pierre Berge in 20 years, since they met in 1957 in the Christian Dior fashion show.The ups and downs in the career of Yves Saint Laurent attach and can not detachable from Pierre Berge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Yves Saint Laurent torrent reviews

Luis L (us) wrote: let's be honest, the movie was funny and well worked... it's not a bad movie. it's an unlogic, senseless, silly movie to have a great and Entertaining time

Regie N (ca) wrote: Zooey Deschanel is the definition of indie!!!

Jonathan D (ru) wrote: One of the few examples of excellent Mormon cinema. Touching and hilarious.

Heather C (jp) wrote: No doubt visually stunning, but I was taken aback by how sensual it was - to the point of wondering if it was intentional or if I was reading too much into it. But such is the abstract beauty of the film. I can't say I loved it, but it's definitely worth seeing once.

Joseph W (kr) wrote: A funny stoner comedy

WS W (ru) wrote: Characters/Acting was better than the film/story/narrative.

Elmo H (ag) wrote: predictable at times but due to the acting chops of this cast suspension of disbelief is sustained well enough to convert some of that predictability to plausibility.

Augustine H (fr) wrote: Rita Hayworth is just irresistible. Though the story itself is not more than a typical film-noir, the surrealist scene at the hall of mirrors is magnificent.

Gareth M (de) wrote: Funny when i was 10, now its a bit dated

Matthew S (gb) wrote: My initial thought was, "This plot is so far from plausible that it just might find a way to create something new." ...I was wrong. Nothing new here. The actors each give it their individual best shots, but no one could have made this really work.