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Eden (2014)

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Paul, a teenager in the underground scene of early-nineties Paris, forms a DJ collective with his friends and together they plunge into the nightlife of sex, drugs, and endless music.


Mia Hansen-Løve


Mia Hansen-Løve (scenario), Sven Hansen-Løve (scenario)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Félix de Givry ... Paul Vallée
Pauline Etienne ... Louise
Vincent Macaigne ... Arnaud
Hugo Conzelmann Hugo Conzelmann ... Stan
Zita Hanrot ... Anaïs
Roman Kolinka ... Cyril
Ugo Bienvenu Ugo Bienvenu ... Quentin (as Hugo Bienvenu)
Vincent Lacoste ... Thomas Bangalter
Arnaud Azoulay Arnaud Azoulay ... Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo
Laurent Cazanave Laurent Cazanave ... Nico (Respect)
Paul Spera Paul Spera ... Guillaume (Respect)
Arsinée Khanjian ... La mère de Paul
Juliette Lamet Juliette Lamet ... La soeur de Paul
Greta Gerwig ... Julia
Léa Rougeron Léa Rougeron ... Théodora


Paul, a teenager in the underground scene of early-nineties Paris, forms a DJ collective with his friends and together they plunge into the nightlife of sex, drugs, and endless music.

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When you start a revolution, the hardest beat to find is your own. See more »


Biography | Drama | Music

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for drug use, language and some sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »

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French | English

Release Date:

19 June 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Eden: Lost in music See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


Part of Cyril's artwork are originals by Mathias Cousin; the rest were done during filming by cast member Ugo Bienvenu. See more »


In their 2001 trip to NYC, the kids party on top of the Standard Hotel off 14th Street in NYC, but that hotel was not finished until 2009. See more »


Features Showgirls (1995) See more »


Rivolta (Get a Room! Remix)
P. Armand-Delille/A. Grynszpan
Performed by Polo & Pan
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It's a very nihilistic film, that would most interest those who love the music
6 July 2015 | by subxerogravitySee all my reviews

Cause for me the two coolest moments was the fact that Daft Punk was portrayed in the movie and the scenes were lead character Paul had a DJ gig at PS1, which I went a lot to around the same time the movie takes place.

In actuality, it's a good narrative that documents one person's life in this genre of music. The problem I really had with the movie is that I'm not really into the music.

That seems kind of weird, I should be able to enjoy it without liking the music, but the whole tone of the picture reflects the culture of the music which I'm not into.

It's made for those who love this genre of music. It is filled with references only the scene would find really amusing. the only two I fully got was when Paul told one girlfriend sarcastically that they would be alright financially since he's a DJ and she's a writer and another girlfriend attempt to explain to him what type of music he does, while admitting she's more a rock girl.

The sub plot of the movie in which Paul gets caught up in many relationships in his life was interesting, as you got to see them from the beginning and watch as they take it's course, but it's not an interesting enough focus for me to say run out and see it for that.

Plus the movie was long. Not just in length, but in pace and storytelling. When the movie begins they let you know this is part one, and just when you thought this long picture was coming to an end another title care comes up that tells you part two is about to start. Not a good idea.

The movie does not talk about Daft Punk enough for me to be interested in who else was a part of the scene they grew out of, and the movie's reflection on the scene did not make it more interesting.

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