Empieza el rodaje de Les Châtelains de Véro Cratzborn
por Aurore Engelen
- Léonie Souchaud, Ludivine Sagnier y Alban Lenoir protagonizan el primer largometraje de la directora
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After numerous short fiction and documentary films, the director Vero Cratzborn has just begun filming her first feature film, Les Châtelains, starring Léonie Souchaud, Ludivine Sagnier and Alban Lenoir.
The film follows the strange journey of Gina, 15 years old. She lives in a city on the edge of the forest. She admires her father, unpredictable and whimsical, able to take his children into the woods at night, even if it means forgetting them. Jimmy's more and more frequent misdemeanours end up alarming his wife Carole. Their fragile family balance is soon broken when Jimmy is interned in a psychiatric hospital. When Gina meets Nico, a boy from her neighbourhood, she discovers love and sees a way of escaping her father.
The young Belgian actress Léonie Souchaud carries the film on her shoulders in the role of Gina. Discovered following her performance in Fanny's Journey [+lee también:
ficha del filme] by Lola Doillon, she also starred in the Belgian TV series Unité 42. The French actor Alban Lenoir (French Blood [+lee también:
ficha del filme], The Sower [+lee también:
entrevista: Marine Francen
ficha del filme], Angel Face [+lee también:
ficha del filme]) plays Jimmy, while the French actress Ludivine Sagnier – who is due to hit our screens soon in The Holly Family [+lee también:
ficha del filme] by Louis-Do de Lencquesaing and Lola et ses frères [+lee también:
ficha del filme] by Jean-Paul Rouve – plays Carole
Les Châtelains was produced by Isabelle Truc for Iota Production, which also produced Our Struggles [+lee también:
entrevista: Guillaume Senez
ficha del filme] by Guillaume Senez, which is due to be released in October in France and Belgium. The film was also co-produced in France by Blue Monday Productions, and in Switzerland by Louise Productions. Filming will take two weeks and kicked off on Monday, 17 September in Montigny-le-Tilleul in the region of Charleroi, before moving to the region of Lille for four additional weeks at the beginning of October. The film will most likely be distributed in France by KMBO, and will be sold internationally by Be for Films.
(Traducción del francés)
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