Daily Dose Pick: Wild Grass

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Alain Resnais’ Wild Grass follows an irrational pair of would-be lovers through a series of unsettling, amusing, and often surreal misadventures.

The 88-year-old director of such classics as Hiroshima, mon amour and Last Year at Marienbad continues to explore an unconventional cinematic approach in his newest work, based on the novel L’incident by Christian Gailly. The film is a genre-defying work that’s at once a comedy, a psychological thriller, and a charming, modern-day fable.

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Click through below for a gallery of images from the film.

André Dussollier as Georges Palet and Sabine Azéma as Marguerite Muir Photo: Christophe Jeauffroy, F Comme Film, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Alain Resnais Photo: Francine Deroudille, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

André Dussollier as Georges Palet and Mathieu Amalric as Bernard de Bordeaux Photo: Christophe Jeauffroy, F Comme Film, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Sabine Azéma and Alain Resnais Photo: Christophe Jeauffroy, F Comme Film, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Anne Consigny as Suzanne Photo: Christophe Jeauffroy, F Comme Film, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Sabine Azéma as Marguerite Muir F Comme Film, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

André Dussollier as Georges Palet F Comme Film, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Mathieu Amalric as Bernard de Bordeaux, André Dussollier as Georges Palet, and Michel Vuillermoz as Lucien d’Orange F Comme Film, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

F Comme Film, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Sara Forestier as Elodie F Comme Film, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics