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Cédric Klapisch’s Deux moi enters post-production

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- Ana Girardot and François Civil star in the filmmaker's latest feature. A Ce qui me meut production to be sold by StudioCanal

Cédric Klapisch’s Deux moi enters post-production
Actors Ana Girardot and François Civil and director Cédric Klapisch

The nine-week shoot on Cédric Klapisch's 13th feature, Deux Moi (provisional title), kicked off on 15 October and wrapped on 14 December. The young director – who started his career with Riens du tout (nominated for a César Award in 1993 for Best First Film), before releasing films such as Le Péril jeune, Chacun cherche son chat, Un air de famille (three César Awards in 1997, including one for Best Screenplay), Pot Luck and Paris [+see also:
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(both nominated for César Awards in 2003 and 2009 for Best Film), as well as the TV series Call My Agent! – has chosen to entrust the main roles in his new film to two actors who also starred in his previous film, Back to Burgundy [+see also:
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(717,000 admissions in 2017): Ana Girardot (known for Lights Out [+see also:
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, appreciated in the TV series The Returned, A Perfect Man [+see also:
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and Sunbeat [+see also:
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and nominated for a Lumières Award in 2015 for Next Time I'll Aim for the Heart [+see also:
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and High Society [+see also:
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) and François Civil (known for his performances in Made in France [+see also:
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and Five [+see also:
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, in theatres on 20 February in Le Chant du loup, on 27 February in Celle que vous croyez and on 3 April in Mon inconnue).

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Starring alongside them is François Berléand (nominated for a César Award for Best Actor in 2003 and Best Supporting Actor in 2000 and 2005, and recently seen in La Ch'tite famille [+see also:
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and I Feel Better [+see also:
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), Camille Cottin (nominated for a César Award for Most Promising Performance for The Parisian Bitch [+see also:
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in 2016, a recurring character in the TV series Call My Agent! and in cinemas in 2019 in Our Happy Holiday [+see also:
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, Les Fauves, Le mystère Henri Pick and Les Voeux), Simon Abkarian (Army of Crime [+see also:
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, Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem [+see also:
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and Djam [+see also:
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) and Joaquim Tivoukou (Team Spirit [+see also:
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).

Written by the director, the screenplay centres on Rémy and Mélanie, two 30-year-olds who live in the same neighbourhood in Paris. She goes on hopeless date after hopeless date via social media accounts while he struggles to meet anyone at all. Both are victims of big city isolation, at a super-connected time, when meeting people should be simpler... Two individuals, two journeys. Without knowing it, they take two roads that will lead them in the same direction... but will it all end in love?

Produced by Cédric Klapisch and Bruno Lévy for Ce qui me meut, Deux moi was co-produced by France 2 Cinéma and Studiocanal, which will be releasing the film in French cinemas on 11 September 2019 and will also be handling international sales.

For the record, Ce qui me meut also recently co-produced To the Ends of the World [+see also:
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by Guillaume Nicloux and Fanny's Journey [+see also:
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by Lola Doillon.

(Translated from French)

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