The music is the secret of Mathieu Malinski (Jules Benchetrit), a subject about which he dare not speak in his neighborhood, where it lags behind with his friends. While a small burglary ...
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Based on the life of the former head of Peugeot, Christian Stieff, the film serves as a wake up call for those enslaved in the unrelenting arduousness of contemporary existence. A high ... See full summary »
A young woman forced to flee a violent husband returns to Boulogne-sur-Mer, her childhood's city, which she left almost 15 years ago. One day, one of her colleagues tackles her insistently, she defends herself and kills him accidentally.
Cécile de France,
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An editor discovers a novel that she considers to be a masterpiece, in a library whose particularity is to collect the manuscripts refused by the publishers. The text is signed Henri Pick, a Breton pizza maker who died two years earlier.
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The music is the secret of Mathieu Malinski (Jules Benchetrit), a subject about which he dare not speak in his neighborhood, where it lags behind with his friends. While a small burglary that he committed with the latter leads to prison, Pierre Geithner (Lambert Wilson), Director of the National Conservatory of Music in fate in exchange for hours of general interest. But Pierre has another idea in mind.Written by
Hugo Van Herpe
Failing to find a pianist during the casting of the main role, Writer and Director Ludovic Bernard chose Jules Benchetrit, who he called "magnetic". Benchetrit was practicing piano three hours a day with pianist Jennifer Fichet. As for Lambert Wilson, if he was already playing the piano, he had to work enormously the synchronization of his hands. He says: "These work sessions with Harry Allouche allowed me to get into the reality of the film, to feel physically my role by spending hours in front of the score." See more »