Did You Know?
Hervé Mimran did not want to make a movie that perfectly reflects the real, namely the very real consequences of a stroke. When Christian Strieff explained to him that he said anything about believing himself to be intelligible, the filmmaker knew he was holding the key to this story. Mimran, on the other hand, did a lot of research and met the stroke neurologist and the speech therapists who took care of Christian. See more
The end credits feature the main crew jobs in a way similar to the one the main character could say them (inverting sounds or with close words - script becoming strict for example). See more