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Yvan Attal rueda Les Choses humaines

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- Ben Attal, Suzanne Jouannet, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Mathieu Kassovitz, Pierre Arditi y Audrey Dana protagonizan la producción de Curiosa Films y Films Sous Influence vendida por Gaumont

Yvan Attal rueda Les Choses humaines
El actor Ben Attal y la actriz Suzanne Jouannet

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Since 11 August, Yvan Attal has been filming The Accusation, his 7th feature as director, following among other titles My Wife is an Actress [+lee también:
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(nominated for the 2002 César award for Best Feature Debut), ... And They Lived Happily Ever After (2004), Le Brio [+lee también:
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(1.1 million tickets sold in France by the end of 2017 and nominated three times at the 2018 César awards, including in the Best Film category, winning the award for Most Promising Actress) and My Stupid Dog [+lee también:
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(2019).

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Standing out in the cast are Ben Attal (appearing for the 4th time in a film directed by his father), Suzanne Jouannet (her first time in a feature film), Charlotte Gainsbourg (soon on screens in Benoît Jacquot’s latest film Suzanna Andler) and Mathieu Kassovitz (very well received recently in the series The Bureau and currently in cinemas with Tout simplement noir [+lee también:
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).

Also included in the cast are Pierre Arditi (winner of the César award for Best Actor in 1994, seen recently in La Belle époque [+lee también:
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), Audrey Dana (nominated for the Best Supporting Actress César award in 2010 for Welcome [+lee también:
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and soon in cinemas in Profession du père), Benjamin Lavernhe (nominated for the Most Promising Actor César award in 2018 for C'est la vie! [+lee también:
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and in cinemas on 16 September in My Donkey, My Lover & I [+lee también:
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, on 16 December in Comment je suis devenu super-héros and on 23 December in Le Discours), Judith Chemla (nominated for the 2017 Best Actress César award for A Woman's Life [+lee también:
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, in cinemas on 30 September in À cœur battant), Camille Razat (Paris Pigalle [+lee también:
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, (Girl)Friend [+lee también:
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) and Laëtitia Eïdo (the series Fauda).

Written by the director and adapted from Karine Tuil’s eponymous novel, the script centres on a young man accused of having raped a young woman. Who is he, and who is she? Is he guilty or innocent? Is she a victim, or does she just seek revenge, as the accused argues? Is there only one version of the truth? The Accusation questions our contemporary reality, takes apart the merciless mechanics of the judicial machine and confronts us with our own fears.

Produced by Olivier Delbosc for Curiosa Films and by Yvan Attal for Films Sous Influence, The Accusation is co-produced by France 2 Cinéma and Gaumont (which will be handling the film’s distribution in French cinemas on 24 November 2021 and which is also handling international sales). Filming is taking place in Paris until 7 November.

For the record, Curiosa Films currently has in post-production Xavier Giannoli’s Lost Illusions [+lee también:
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, Emmanuel Carrère’s Le quai de Ouistreham (read the article), Jean-Pierre AmérisProfession du père (article), Nicolas Benamou’s Do You Do You Saint-Tropez (released in France on 27 January 2021) and Audrey Dana’s Hommes au bord de la crise de nerfs.

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