Pascal Elbé termina le riprese di On est fait pour s’entendre
- Il regista figura anche nel cast al fianco di Sandrine Kiberlain, Manon Lemoine ed Emmanuelle Devos. Una produzione Jerico et Père et Fils venduta da France Télévision Distribution
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Halted on 13 March due to the health crisis, with four weeks of shooting yet to unfurl, Hear Me Out’s film shoot, helmed by Pascal Elbé, has finally wrapped. After Turk’s Head [+leggi anche:
scheda film] (nominated for the 2011 Best First Film César) and Thank You for Calling (2015), this will be the 3rd feature film directed by the actor (the winner of 2004’s Best New Hope César for Père et fils and recently drawing attention in the series Baron noir) who’s also headlining his new opus alongside Sandrine Kiberlain (who we’ll soon be seeing in Les deux Alfred and Pour le meilleur et pour le pire).
Joining them in the cast is the young actress Manon Lemoine, Emmanuelle Devos (touring French cinemas in Perfumes [+leggi anche:
intervista: Grégory Magne
scheda film]), Valérie Donzelli (gracing last year’s billboards in Notre dame [+leggi anche:
scheda film]), François Berléand (currently touring movie theatres in How To Be A Good Wife [+leggi anche:
scheda film]), the seasoned Marthe Villalonga, and Frédéric Merlo, Antoine Gouy and Claudia Tagbo (in cinemas next week in Tout Simplement Noir [+leggi anche:
Penned by Pascal Elbé, the story centres around fifty-something Antoine who discovers he’s lost much of his hearing. Unable to own up to his disability, the history teacher resigns himself to living in his bubble, though his entourage finds his behaviour increasingly odd. Meeting Claire, however, a widow and a mother to a little girl who has stopped speaking, will encourage him to open himself up to the world…
Produced by Philippe Rousselet and Eric Jehelmann on behalf of Jerico, by Alexis Cohen on behalf of Père et fils, and by the director Pascal Elbé himself, Hear Me Out is co-produced by France 3 Cinéma, with French distribution in the hands of Diaphana and international sales steered by France Télévision Distribution.
(Tradotto dal francese)
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