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Bad blood, Bowie, Halley’s comet

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An odd thing happens part-way through Leos Carax’s Mauvais sang (Bad Blood). A young card hustler named Alex (Denis Lavant) steps into the night as the radio within starts to play the David Bowie tune Modern Love.
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