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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 (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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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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, 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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).

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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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).

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)

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