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  • Official Trailer w/ English subtitles

Movie Info & Cast


Leo is 22 and sells his body on the street for a bit of cash. The men come and go, and he stays right here - longing for love. He doesn't know what the future will bring. He hits the road. His heart is pounding.


  • Félix Maritaud
  • Eric Bernard
  • Nicolas Dibla
  • Philippe Ohrel
  • Pavle Dragas
  • Mehdi Boudina
  • Azir Mustafic
  • Hassim Mohamed Saleh
  • Morad Ammar
  • Noureddine Maamar

Did You Know?


    • La femme médecin: Shall we try something to get you off the drugs for a while?
    • Léo: But... Why?
    • La femme médecin: What do you mean, why?
    • Léo: To do what?
    • La femme médecin: Hold on a second. It's not either crack or nothing.
    • Léo: It is.
    • La femme médecin: You don't want to change?
    • Léo: Why would I?
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May 18, 2018

Gut-punchingly authentic with radiant moments of tenderness where least expected, intimate yet not voyeuristic, this first feature by writer-director Camille Vidal-Naquet gets the balance between looking-for-love and settling-for-sensation exactly right.

Metacritic review by Lisa Nesselson
Lisa Nesselson
Screen International
May 18, 2018

Sauvage has its longueurs, at times seeming stuck in a circuitous groove with too little forward momentum. However, the movie is never banal. It's a fully inhabited world that pulls us in.

Metacritic review by David Rooney
David Rooney
The Hollywood Reporter
May 18, 2018

Sauvage is often difficult viewing, and Leo tries our patience and compassion as anyone habitually treating themselves so poorly can. Nevertheless, the film achieves a sort of grace, in moments of sweetness and stillness, when the fullness of Leo’s being—be it ravaged and weary—is palpable and, finally, undeniable.

Richard Lawson
Vanity Fair