'Stories of young love in Paris have long been two a sou in French cinema. But the genre is always up for reinvention, and Jacques Audiard rises to the occasion triumphantly in Paris 13th District - exuberantly reinventing his own cinema in the process.' - Jonathan Romney, Screen International

'A silky, soulful black-and-white tapestry of single millennials seeking connection.' - Peter Debruge, Variety

Four young Parisians explore sex and city life. Emilie is an underachiever who’s living her best sex life. To help pay the bills she takes in Camille; charming, fit, and fine with no-strings hookups. Meanwhile, serious-minded Nora is mistaken for a porn-cam performer by her peers. Her social life is tragic, until she lands in Camille’s workplace. This contemporary, multiracial update of classically French ideas combines U.S. cartoonist Adrian Tomine’s urbane takes with Céline Sciamma's (Portrait of a Lady on Fire) script, and Jacques Audiard's (A Prophet) robust direction.