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Guillaume Canet shooting Nous finirons ensemble

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- Cluzet, Cotillard, Lellouche, Lafitte, Magimel et al have come together again for the sequel to Little White Lies, which is being staged by Trésor Films

Guillaume Canet shooting Nous finirons ensemble
Guillaume Canet on the set of Little White Lies in 2009

Since 22 March, Guillaume Canet has been in the Gironde department shooting Nous finirons ensemble (lit. “We’ll End up Together”), his sixth feature as a director, following Anything You Say (two nominations for the César Awards in 2003, most notably in the Best First Feature Film category), Tell No One [+see also:
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 (3.1 million admissions in France, four César Awards in 2007, including Best Director), Little White Lies [+see also:
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 (5.4 million viewers in France, unveiled at Toronto in 2010, two nominations for the César Awards in 2011), Blood Ties [+see also:
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 (presented out of competition at Cannes in 2013) and Rock’n Roll [+see also:
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 (1.3 million admissions in France last year, nominated for the César Award for Best Actor in 2018).

His new movie is a sequel to Little White Lies, and as such, the filmmaker has reassembled a cast consisting of François Cluzet (César Award for Best Actor in 2007 for Tell No One and nominated a total of six times in the same category, including in 2012 for Untouchable [+see also:
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and in 2017 for Irreplaceable [+see also:
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), Marion Cotillard (Oscar for Best Actress in 2008 and nominated in 2015, winner of the César Award in the same category in 2008, and nominated in 2013, 2015 and 2017; soon to grace screens in Gueule d'Ange), Gilles Lellouche (nominated for the César Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2011 for Little White Lies, giving a fine performance in C’est la vie! [+see also:
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, set to hit screens soon in L’Amour est une fête and Les Champs de fleurs), Laurent Lafitte (nominated for the César Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2017 and 2018 for Elle [+see also:
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 and See You up There [+see also:
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, in theatres in the latter half of the year in Paul Sanchez est revenuOne Nation, One King and L’Heure de la sortie) and Benoît Magimel (Best Actor Award at Cannes in 2001 for The Piano Teacher, César Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2016 for Standing Tall [+see also:
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, popular in the recent title Memoir of Pain [+see also:
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).

Also returning to take part in the venture are Pascale Arbillot (giving a brilliant performance in Fifty Springtimes [+see also:
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last year, in theatres from May in La Fête des mères) and Valérie Bonneton (nominated for the César Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2011 for Little White Lies, currently on the cinema listings in La Ch’tite famille [+see also:
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). The cast is rounded off by two newcomers: Clémentine Baert (who turned heads in Submergence [+see also:
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) and José Garcia (nominated for the César Award for Best Actor in 2006 for The Axe [+see also:
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, currently gracing screens in Mrs. Hyde [+see also:
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).

Written by Guillaume Canet and Rodolphe Lauga (who previously paired up for Rock’n Roll), the story kicks off seven years after the events of Little White Lies. After parting ways, the group of friends reunites for a surprise birthday party organised for Max (Cluzet).

Produced by Alain Attal for Trésor FilmsNous finirons ensemble has secured co-productions by M6 FilmsCanéo (the director’s own outfit) and Belgium’s Artémis Productions. Having also been pre-purchased by W9, Canal+Ciné+ and Be tv Voo, the film (which is being shot for ten weeks in Gironde, with Christophe Offenstein serving as DoP) will be distributed by Cinéart in Belgium and by EuropaCorp in France.

As previously reported, Trésor Films currently has Le Grand Bain by Gilles LelloucheLes Champs de fleurs by Jeanne Herry (see the news), Le Chant du loup by Antonin Baudry (see the article) and The Translators by Régis Roinsard (see the article) in post-production.

(Translated from French)

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