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Les héros ne meurent jamais, a punto de empezar su rodaje

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- Adèle Haenel y Jonathan Couzinié protagonizan el primer largometraje de Aude Léa Rapin, producido por Les Films du Worso y vendido por Le Pacte

Les héros ne meurent jamais, a punto de empezar su rodaje
Los actores Adèle Haenel y Jonathan Couzinié

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Filming is due to commence on on Monday, 2 July on Aude Léa Rapin's first feature, Heroes Don't Die [+lee también:
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. Well-known for her short films such as Que vive l’Empereur (in competition at Locarno in 2016 and out of competition at Rotterdam in 2017), Ton coeur au hasard (three distinctions at Clermont-Ferrand in 2015, including the national competition’s Grand Prix) and La Météo des plages (in national competition at Clermont-Ferrand in 2014), Rapin has cast Adèle Haenel (winner of a César award in 2015 for Best Actress in Love At First Fight [+lee también:
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and a César in 2014 Best Supporting Actress in Suzanne [+lee también:
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, also appreciated in Orphan [+lee también:
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, The Unknown Girl [+lee también:
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, Ogres [+lee también:
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, BPM (Beats Per Minute) [+lee también:
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and more recently in The Trouble With You [+lee también:
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), Jonathan Couzinié (To the Ends of the World [+lee también:
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, [+lee también:
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entrevista: Marie Monge
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Treat Me Like Fire [+lee también:
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entrevista: Marie Monge
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, Raising Colors [+lee también:
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), Antonia Buresi (Summertime [+lee también:
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, Planetarium [+lee también:
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), Bosnian actor Damir Kustura (On The Path [+lee también:
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) and fellow Bosnian-born actress Hasija Boric (Grbavica [+lee también:
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).

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Written by Aude Léa Rapin in collaboration with Jonathan Couzinié, the screenplay focuses on Joachim, an actor, and Alice, a director in the making. One morning, a tramp mistakes Joachim for a criminal called Zoran who died on 21 August 1983, the day of Joachim's birth... The two friends soon become obsessed with the coincidence and it develops into the perfect starting point for a film. They decide to go in search of Zoran's grave, a quest that will take them to the Balkans, an area haunted by the ghosts of war. While directing their film about reincarnation, Alice grants Joachim his last wishes. His heart is fragile, his life hanging on a thread, and Alice is about to make him immortal forever.

Produced by Sylvie Pialat and Benoît Quainon for Les Films du Worso, Heroes Don't Die has a €1,000,000 budget. Co-produced by delegate Clément Miserez for Radar Films, the feature film was also co-produced by the Belgian outfit Scope Pictures and the Bosnian outfit SSCA/PRO.BA. Pre-purchased by Ciné+, the film has received financial support from Sofica Cinecap, Cineventure and Arte/Cofinova. The five weeks of filming will end on 7 August and will include two days in Paris and 23 days in Bosnia with Paul Guilhaume (Ava [+lee también:
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) on board as director of photography. Le Pacte will be driving French distribution and international sales.

For the record, Les Films du Worso screened the excellent film To the Ends of the World by Guillaume Nicloux at the Directors' Fortnight at Cannes (which is due to be released in France in December) and have also previously produced Happy Birthday [+lee también:
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 by Cédric Kahn, whose previous film – The Prayer [+lee también:
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(winner of the Best Actor Award at Berlin in February) – they also produced. They also helped produce the co-production Keep Going [+lee también:
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by the Belgian director Joachim Lafosse and The Whistlers [+lee también:
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entrevista: Corneliu Porumboiu
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by Roumain Corneliu Porumboiu, both of which are currently in post-production.

(Traducción del francés)

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