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Years active  1993 – present
Name  Pascal Laugier
Role  Screenwriter

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Born  October 16, 1971 (age 44) (1971-10-16)
Occupation  Film director, screenwriter
Movies  Martyrs, The Tall Man, Saint Ange, 4eme sous sol, Tete de citrouille
Similar People  Morjana Alaoui, Mylene Jampanoi, Stephen McHattie, William B Davis, Catherine Begin

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Pascal Laugier ([loʒje]; born 16 October 1971) is a French screenwriter and film director.


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Laugier is a former assistant to director, Christophe Gans, having directed the "making-of" documentary about Gans' 2001 film, Brotherhood of the Wolf (Laugier also starred in the film). He has written and directed the fantasy-horror feature films Saint Ange, Martyrs, and The Tall Man.

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Laugier has been associated with the New French Extremity movement.

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Laugier was set to direct the remake of Hellraiser but was later taken off the project due to creative differences with the producers; Laugier wanted his film to be very serious and explore gay S&M culture, whereas the producers wanted the film to be more commercial and appeal to a teen audience.

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Potential future directing projects include a supernatural thriller entitled Details.

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Pascal Laugier is also the director of Mylène Farmer's music video "City of Love", the teaser of which was released online in December 2015.


  • Saint Ange (2004)
  • Martyrs (2008)
  • The Tall Man (2012)
  • Incident in a Ghost Land (2017)
  • References

    Pascal Laugier Wikipedia