One of the movies that will premiere In Competition at this year’s Cannes Film Festival is an upcoming French drama titled Polisse, and we’re here today to have a little chat about a project that definitely deserves our attention.
Polisse is a movie that follows a journalist covering the juvenile unit of a police force, and it’s a story both written and directed by Maiwenn Le Besco (or, simply Maiwenn). As usual, she’s the part of the cast, too, and the rest of the cast includes Karin Viard, Marina Foïs, Joey Starr, Nicolas Duvauchelle, Karole Rocher and Lou Doillon.
Here’ the synopsis for Polisse: Fred, a rebel at the juvenile division in Paris, »
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