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Christine Dory se prepara para rodar La mort d'Albino Rodrigue

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- Émilie Dequenne y Galatea Bellugi protagonizan el segundo largometraje de la directora francesa, producida por Zadig Films

Christine Dory se prepara para rodar La mort d'Albino Rodrigue
Las actrices Émilie Dequenne y Galatea Bellugi

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3 May will see the first clapperboard slam on La mort d'Albino Rodrigue, the second feature film directed by Christine Dory following on from Les inséparables [+lee también:
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in 2008. Standing tall in the cast are Belgium’s Émilie Dequenne (the recent winner of the 2021 Best Supporting Role César for Love Affair(s) [+lee también:
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) and Galatea Bellugi (nominated for the Best New Hope César, as well as the Acting Revelation Lumières award in 2019 via The Apparition [+lee también:
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, and soon to be seen in Tralala), who will be flanked by Philippe Duquesne (recently well-received in the series Parlement and in Keep An Eye Out [+lee también:
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), Samir Guesmi (hitting cinemas soon in the Cannes 2020 label-decorated Ibrahim [+lee también:
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), Romane Bohringer (In the Move for Love [+lee también:
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), Matthieu Lucci (nominated for the Acting Revelation Lumières award in 2018 thanks to his part in The Workshop [+lee también:
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) and the super young Elsa Hyvaert.

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Written by Christine Dory (who was previously involved in the writing of Burning Ghost [+lee también:
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, among other works) and Lise Machebœuf (A Lady in Paris [+lee también:
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), the story revolves around 16-year-old Rosemay who lives with a host family all year round and who sets off to join her biological family for the holidays. But when she arrives, her father isn’t at the station to welcome her as planned. A few days pass but still he doesn’t materialise. It’s as if he’s vanished into thin air, and when Rosemay repeatedly questions her mother, the latter continually contradicts herself. Harbouring an intuition of what the truth really is, Rosemay learns to listen to herself, to write and to betray the ones she loves…

Produced by Mélanie Gerin and Paul Rozenberg on behalf of Zadig Films, La mort d'Albino Rodrigue has been pre-purchased by TV5Monde and enjoys support in the form of an advance on receipts from the CNC, not to mention production subsidies from the Ile-de-France and Grand Est regions, having also previously benefited from development support from Procirep/Angoa. Shooting will continue until 12 June, unfolding in the Grand Est (in Rosselange and the surrounding area, as well as in Metz) and Ile-de-France regions, with Jean-Marc Fabre (Rascal [+lee también:
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) at the helm of photography. Set design is entrusted to Laurent Baude and costumes to Bethsabée Dreyfus, while distribution rights for France and international sales are in the hands of ARP Sélection.

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