Paris, 13th District (Les Olympiades) (2022)
Critic Consensus: Minor but engaging Audiard, Paris, 13th District explores millennial love through a visually compelling lens that's partly undercut by its episodic narrative structure.
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Beth adds some outsider energy spice to the group - but the characters themselves often bump into each other in needlessly contrived ways that fail to tease new details out of them.
It's maybe not a major Audiard work - not in comparison with A Prophet and The Beat My Heart Skipped - but Paris, 13th District is definitely a film that speaks to the moment.
Even with its artsy cinematography, this feels like Audiard's least self-conscious work to date, a playful reminder that the kids aren't alright, but they're feeling their way through.
It's an oddly segmented affair that involves a great deal of sex, is shot predominantly in black-and-white and seems more like tasty samplings from a smorgasbord rather than a full meal.
The episodic nature means that, despite the frequent physical comings together on screen, it never quite comes together as a drama.
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