Full Movie For Free: L’homme blessé | The Wounded Man (Patrice Chéreau, 1983) France

L’homme blessé | The Wounded Man
Directed by Patrice Chéreau
1 hr 49 mins, France, 1983

A young man discovers his homosexuality and begins a relationship with a manipulative huster/petty criminal that he meets at a train station.


The Wounded Man (Frenchl’Homme blessé) is a 1983 French film directed by Patrice Chéreau, and written by him and Hervé Guibert. It stars Jean-Hugues Anglade and Vittorio Mezzogiorno. It won the César Award for Best Writing, and was entered in the 1983 Cannes Film Festival.

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The late, great, gay filmmaker Patrice Chéreau’s breakout 1983 film, “The Wounded Man” (aka “L’Homme Blessé”), is not soon forgotten by anyone who sees it. Co-written with the gay writer Hervé Guilbert — they won the Best Original Screenplay César Award — the film is intense and sexy, compelling, but also confusing. At times, the film plays like a silent film. There are many intriguing, elliptical sequences featuring characters wandering around or chasing each other (cruising) that build to a payoff as often as they don’t. But the mysterious, dream-like quality of the film is mesmerizing.

Gary M. Kramer on Gay City News

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