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- Virginie Efira brilla nel cast al fianco del regista stesso, e di Nicolas Marié, Michel Vuillermoz e Jackie Berroyer. Una produzione ADCB Films venduta da Gaumont

Riprese a breve per Adieu les cons di Albert Dupontel
Il regista-attore Albert Dupontel et l'attrice Virginie Efira

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The first clapperboard is about to slam for the eight-week summer shoot forBye Bye Morons, the seventh feature by Albert Dupontel, following Bernie (nominated for the César Award for Best First Feature Film in 1997), The Creator (1999), Locked Out [+leggi anche:
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(2006), Le Vilain [+leggi anche:
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(2009), 9 Month Stretch [+leggi anche:
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(2.07 million admissions in France and six nominations for the César Awards in 2014, most notably for Best Film, cashing in on two prizes – Best Actress and Best Screenplay) and See You Up There [+leggi anche:
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(Special Screening at San Sebastián in 2017; 2.05 million tickets sold in France, 13 nominations for the César Awards in 2018, and victorious in the categories of Best Director, Best Adaptation, Best Cinematography, Best Set Design and Best Costume Design).

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The director (nominated for the César Award for Best Actor in 2000 and 2009 for Sachs’ Disease and Love Me No More [+leggi anche:
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, as well as in 2014 and 2018 for his performances in his own movies) is among the cast of his new opus, flanked by Belgium’s Virginie Efira (nominated for the César Award and Lumières Award for Best Actress in 2019 and 2017 for An Impossible Love [+leggi anche:
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and In Bed with Victoria [+leggi anche:
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, and for the César Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2019 for Sink or Swim [+leggi anche:
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, popular at Cannes recently in Sibyl [+leggi anche:
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; set to grace screens in 2020 in Police and Blessed Virgin), Nicolas Marié (who has performed in all of Dupontel’s films so far, apart from See You Up There), Michel Vuillermoz (nominated for the César Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2010 and 2013 for One for the Road [+leggi anche:
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and Camille Rewinds [+leggi anche:
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) and Jackie Berroyer (who has been appearing in more and more movies since she first started acting in Olivier Assayas’ Cold Water, and who will soon be hitting the cinema listings in The Truth by Hirokazu Kore-eda).

The story, written by Albert Dupontel, revolves around 43-year-old Suze Trappet, a hairdresser by profession. After she finds out that she is seriously ill, she decides to head off in search of a child she had no choice but to abandon at the age of 15. Her unlikely bureaucratic quest will lead her to cross paths with JB, a fifty-something suffering from burnout, and Mr Blin, an astonishingly enthusiastic blind archivist…

Produced by Catherine Bozorgan for ADCB Films (which is partnering up with the filmmaker for the fourth feature in a row), Bye Bye Morons is being co-produced by France 2 Cinéma and Gaumont. Having been pre-purchased by Canal+ and Ciné+, the feature is also being backed by the Ile-de-France region (where the eight-week shoot will take place, with Alexis Kavyrchine serving as DoP), and has secured support for visual and sound creation from the CNC. The French distribution and international sales will be handled by Gaumont.

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