L'homme blessé (1983)

L'homme blessé (1983)





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L'Homme Blesse is known in English-speaking countries as The Wounded Man. Jean-Hughes Anglade is a lonely, isolated young man who lets no one get close to him. He meets a street hustler and comes out of his shell, going 180 degrees into gay Obsession. Though he has yet to physically approach the object of his affection, Anglade builds up so much unrequited lust that it explodes with horrible results. L'Homme Blesse isn't rated, but viewership should definitely be confined to those older than 21--and even some of them may not be ready for it.
Art House & International , Drama
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Roland Bertin
as Bosmans
Lisa Kreuzer
as Elizabeth
Hammou Graïa
as Young Man in the Station
Annick Alane
as Mother
Annik Alane
as Mother
Gérard Desarthe
as Crying Man
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Critic Reviews for L'homme blessé

All Critics (4)

The story meanders and it really doesn't make a whole lot of sense by the end of the movie.

Full Review… | January 18, 2013
Film Geek Central

A bleak and grotty film, turgidly stereotypical in its view of homosexual life - but it's exceptionally well-acted, and consistent in its point of view.

August 16, 2004
Nick's Flick Picks

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December 11, 2004

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November 20, 2004
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