Naked Hearts is a 1966 French drama film directed by Édouard Luntz. It was entered into the 16th Berlin International Film Festival. The film tells the story of a group of young people from Nanterre, a suburb to the west of Paris. The main characters, Zim and Jean-Pierre, are part of a gang of greasers , and meet in prison at the beginning of the film. The narrative traces their efforts to negotiate the dynamics of the group, find a job, and stay out of trouble . Naked Hearts is unusual for its period in its use of non-professional actors and for its mix of narrative and documentary...
|Directed by:||Édouard Luntz|
|Editor:||Colette Kouchner, Suzanne Sandberg|
|Music by:||Serge Gainsbourg, Henri Renaud|
|Screenplay by:||Édouard Luntz|