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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. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
French Academy of Cinema Patrice Chéreau Best Original Screenplay 1983 Winner

Cast

Jean-Hugues Anglade
as Henri
Vittorio Mezzogiorno
as Jean
Roland Bertin
as Bosmans
Lisa Kreuzer
as Elisabeth
Annick Alane
as Mother
Claude Berri
as Client
Gerard Desarthe
as Crying Man
Hammou Graia
as Young Man in the Station
Armin Mueller-Stahl
as Father
Hammou Graia
as Young Man in the Station

Crew

Patrice Chéreau
Director
Ariel Zeitoun
Producer
Claude Berri
Producer
Marie-Laure Reyre
Producer
Patrice Chéreau
Screenwriter
Renato Berta
Cinematographer
Albert Ayler
Featured Music
Denise de Casabianca
Editor
Richard Peduzzi
Art Director
Caroline de Vivaise
Costume Designer
Michel Vionnet
Sound/Sound Designer
Armand Barbault
Production Manager
Joel Lavau
Makeup
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