NoLiTa Cinéma to produce Chronique d'une vie ordinaire
- The company launches into features with a film by Michaël Cohen to feature the director himself, Eric Elmosnino, Violante Placido, Mélanie Laurent, and François Damiens
According to our information, Romain Rousseau (who gained experience working for LGM) and Maxime Delauney's production company NoLiTa Cinéma is to produce its first feature film: Chronique d'une vie ordinaire [+see also:
film profile] (lit. "Chronicle of an ordinary life") to be directed by Michaël Cohen (noticed in 2010 with It Begins With the End [+see also:
film profile]). This dramatic comedy is to feature Eric Elmosnino (2011 Cesar for Best Actor for Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life [+see also:
Interview with Joann Sfar, director of…
interview: Kacey Mottet Klein
film profile] and out in cinemas on December 12 in Télé gaucho), the director himself, Italian actress Violante Placido (The Lookout [+see also:
film profile]), the now world famous Mélanie Laurent (Inglourious Basterds [+see also:
film profile], The Round Up [+see also:
film profile]) and Belgian newcomer François Damiens (Heartbreaker [+see also:
film profile], Delicacy [+see also:
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interview: Frédéric Fonteyne
In the film's screenplay, an adaptation by Michaël Cohen of Jim & Mermoux's comic book L'invitation (lit. "The invitation"), Raphaël, in his forties, and his partner Hélène are woken up in the middle of the night by a phone call. It's Leo, his best friend, whose car has broken down and who asks him to come and help. When he arrives, Raphaël discovers that he isn't the only one to have made the journey. Leo in fact rang up all his friends to create what he calls a "friendship test". A few days later, Raphaël decides to play the same prank...
Chronique d'une vie ordinaire is to be shot for 22 days in February-March 2013. The rest of the film's partners are to be announced at a later date.
(Translated from French)
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