A dashing misfit with adrenaline running through his veins steals a motorcycle for a dirt bike gang, but makes enemies along the way. rodeo, Un Certain Regard winner at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, throttles into high gear for a mesmerizing street urchin. Julia (JULIE LEDRUE) lives by her own rules and takes whatever she needs to survive. his reckless efforts fuel an irresistible desire to ride and be free But her brazen attitude and raw sexuality draw mixed reactions from the manhood-dripping boys’ club.
An enraged Julia (LEDRU) curses when her bike is stolen from a French housing project. His mother had had enough. He is no longer welcome in her apartment. Julia resolves to get a new bike that day. she looks online for sellers in the suburbs of paris, Pretend to go for a test ride and walk away giving the finger. He has mastered the art of stealing motorcycles.
Julia begs for fuel at a wheelie-popping urban rodeo. Daredevil riders show off their skills during a raucous party. The boys make fun of him but he is tough. Kass (Yannis Lafki) offers her a liter to go. She puts on two and hits the road to be a part of the thrilling action.
on dangerous ground
A tragic accident and a police raid force the gang back to their garage hideout. Julia bothers some of the members a lot. What is this girl doing here? She asks to sleep in the garage. The spellbound Cass needs permission from their imprisoned leader. Dom (Sebastian Schroeder) wants Julia to earn for him. The boys will use him to steal valuable motorcycles, but he also has to run errands for Dom’s wife. Julia is immediately infatuated with Ophelie (Antonia Bursi) and her young son, Kylian (Cody Schroeder). She walks a dangerous path, drawing close to Dom’s family.
Director/co-writer Lola Quivorón created a flamboyant protagonist in her feature film debut. Julia’s wild hair and tomboy look reflects her uncompromising personality. No one tells him what to do. Julia’s entire existence revolves around horse riding. She will do whatever she can to keep that dream alive. Shame on the haters. Julia’s pride and arrogance are the main character flaws. She laughs at the danger but it still exists. The plot reflects his fascination with risky stunts and heists. The flurry of success comes crashing down as she pushes every pedal to the limit.
rodeo Immerse yourself in the world of burnt tires and exhaust. Quivuron juxtaposes tight focus on intense character interactions with wide motorcycle shots. She captures the smoothness of bike cutting in a confined space and the freeing excitement of the theatrics of the open road. These are not CGI adventures that have been generated on a computer. The energy oozes off the screen as Julia and the gang get dramatically daring.
Quivuron takes a fluid outlook on attraction. Julia curses at anyone who sees her. She clings to Cass but inspires ugly disdain in others. Ophélie feminizes the target to seduce and throw off guard. This is an unnatural position for Julia, but she embraces the deception. The end always justifies the means. His friendship with Ophelie develops into something else. Yet Julia daydreams about male bikers in her vivid dreams. She follows her sensual instincts in the moment. Julia neither recognizes nor cares that some boundaries cannot be crossed.
a refreshing style departure
rodeo is a refreshing style departure from the exaggerated and unrealistic. It grips on tough tracks with soft tread. This is not a Fast and Furious experience. Quivuron defies convention with Ledru, his star and a daring approach.
rodeo Contains French dialogue with English subtitles. It is a production of CG Cinemas, Canal+ and Cine+. rodeo to have a limited theatrical release on March 17 music box movies,