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Divorce à la française for Géraldine Nakache and Kim Rossi Stuart

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- The French rising star and famous Italian actor film Dorothée Sebbagh’s feature, produced by Les films du 24 and coproduced by Cattleya

Divorce à la française for Géraldine Nakache and Kim Rossi Stuart

The filming of Divorce à la française by Dorothée Sebbagh, which began from August 12 to September 16, will, according to our information, start again next month in Paris. The cast of this second feature by the director of Cherchez le garçon [+see also:
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(released last May with the support of the press but slightly overshadowed by the Cannes Film Festival) features French rising star Géraldine Nakache (Tout ce qui brille [+see also:
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, HOUBA! On the Trail of the Marsupilami [+see also:
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and on screens on December 11 with Playing Dead [+see also:
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by Jean-Paul Salomé) and Italian star Kim Rossi Stuart (famous after playing Freddo in Romanzo Criminale [+see also:
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, appreciated in Along the Ridge [+see also:
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and Angels of Evil [+see also:
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amongst others, and in theatres since yesterday in Italy with Those Happy Years [+see also:
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by Daniele Luchetti). They will notably be surrounded by Sophie Cattani, Pascal Demolombe and Catherine Jacob.

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Written by Fanny Chesnel (who recently co-signed, based on her own novel Une jeune fille aux cheveux blancs, the script of the successful Bright Days Ahead [+see also:
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by Marion Vernoux) and Dorothée Sebbagh (who co-wrote The Queen of Hearts [+see also:
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by Valérie Donzelli), the screenplay focuses on Arianne, a young French violinist who accepts the fiery marriage proposal of Christen, an irresistible conductor. The only problem: she is still just a little bit... married! Separated for over two years from Nino, an Italian teacher with an assertive character, she convinces him to come to Paris for 8 days to get a speedy divorce. But their trip to the love capital turns out to be more eventful than they had anticipated...

Produced by Christine Rouxel for Les films du 24, Divorce à la française is coproduced by Italian company Cattleya and was pre-purchased by Canal+. The French distribution will be handled by UGC and international sales by TF1 International.

Les films du 24 are on a positive roll since their most recent productions are amongst this year’s most successful performances in the French box-office: Les profs [+see also:
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by Pierre François Martin-Laval (3.95 millions admissions) and Joséphine [+see also:
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by Agnès Obadia (591,000 spectators). Via UGC Distribution, the company will launch on November 27 Before the Winter Chill [+see also:
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by Philippe Claudel (read the article - with Daniel Auteuil, Kristin Scott Thomas, Leïla Bekhti and Richard Berry in the cast) and on December 18 the comedy 16 ans ou presque by Tristan Séguéla (with Laurent Lafitte and Victor George) about a very boring man in his thirties having a late teenage crisis and discovering the exciting youth he never had, with his adolescent brother and his group.

(Translated from French)

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