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Thierry Klifa shooting Tout nous sépare

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- The stellar cast includes Catherine Deneuve, Diane Kruger, Nekfeu, Nicolas Duvauchelle and Olivier Loustau; the film is being produced by Les Films du Kiosque and Nolita

Thierry Klifa shooting Tout nous sépare
Director Thierry Klifa

On Monday 6 June, the shoot for Thierry Klifa’s fourth feature, Tout nous sépare [+see also:
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(lit. “We Have Nothing in Common”), kicked off in Sète. After I’ve Been Waiting So Long (which took 865,000 admissions in France in 2004), Le héros de la famille [+see also:
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in 2007 and His Mother’s Eyes [+see also:
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(2011), the director has now assembled a cast including star actress Catherine Deneuve (nominated for the Oscar for Best Actress in 1993, the winner of two César Awards for Best Actress in 1981 and 1993, out of a total of 13 nominations since 1976, including in 2014 for On My Way [+see also:
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, in 2015 for In the Courtyard [+see also:
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interview: Philippe Martin
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]
and in 2016 for Standing Tall [+see also:
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interview: Emmanuelle Bercot
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]
), Germany’s Diane Kruger (Farewell My Queen [+see also:
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interview: Benoît Jacquot
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]
, Disorder [+see also:
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interview: Alice Winocour
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]
, Sky [+see also:
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), superstar rapper Nekfeu, Nicolas Duvauchelle (nominated for the César Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2012 for Poliss [+see also:
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interview: Maïwenn
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]
, and putting on a great performance earlier this year in A Decent Man [+see also:
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) and Olivier Loustau (The Boss’s Daughter [+see also:
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).

Written by Thierry Klifa together with Cédric Anger (nominated for the César Award for Best Adaptation in 2015 for Next Time I’ll Aim for the Heart [+see also:
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), the story is summed up in a few words by the following snippets released by the producers: "A middle-class house in the middle of nowhere. A council estate in Sète. A mother and daughter. Two childhood friends. A vanishing. Blackmail. A clash between two worlds."

Produced by François Kraus and Denis Pineau-Valencienne for Les Films du Kiosque, and by Maxime Delauney and Romain Rousseau for Nolita Cinema, Tout nous sépare also has MyFamily on board as an associate producer. Co-produced by TF1 Studio (which will also handle the international sales) and by Belgian outfit Umedia, the feature has also been pre-purchased by OCS and Ciné+, and is benefiting from backing from the Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées region and the La Banque Postale Image Sofica. The shoot will take place during June and July in Sète (Hérault) and Perpignan (Pyrénées-Orientales), and the cinematography has been entrusted to Julien Hirsch (winner of the César Award in his category in 2007 for Lady Chatterley [+see also:
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and nominated in 2012 for The Minister [+see also:
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interview: Pierre Schoeller
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).

Les Films du Kiosque’s filmography includes Standing Tall by Emmanuelle Bercot, Pardonnez-moi [+see also:
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and Le bal des actrices [+see also:
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by Maïwenn, Bright Days Ahead [+see also:
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and Half Sister, Full Love [+see also:
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by Marion Vernoux, May Allah Bless France [+see also:
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by Abd al Malik and, more recently, Five [+see also:
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by Igor Gotesman. Meanwhile, Nolita Cinema racked up some very impressive results last year with Memories [+see also:
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by Jean-Paul Rouve.

(Translated from French)

Let's CEE
Finale Plzen
 

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