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Géraldine Nakache termina le riprese di J'irai où tu iras

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- La regista figura anche nel cast al fianco di Leïla Bekhti e Patrick Timsit. Una produzione Nord-Ouest Films e Mars Films venduta da Playtime

Géraldine Nakache termina le riprese di J'irai où tu iras
L'attrice-regista Géraldine Nakache

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Filming on Géraldine Nakache's I’ll Go Where You Go [+leggi anche:
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kicked off on 21 September and is due to wrap up today Tuesday, 20 November. This is the director'sthird feature film after All That Glitters [+leggi anche:
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(three César nominations in 2011, including one in the best first film category) and Nous York [+leggi anche:
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(2012), but this is her first official solo feature following two previous co-directed films.

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The filmmaker has once again cast her loyal accomplice Leila Bekhti (who won a César Award in 2011 for Most Promising Performance in All That Glitters, was nominated for a César Award for Best Actress for The Source [+leggi anche:
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in 2012 and was appreciated in A Better Life [+leggi anche:
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, All Three of Us [+leggi anche:
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and Sink or Swim [+leggi anche:
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– also due to hit our screens in 2019 in La Lutte des classes on 3 April and in Chanson douce) and Patrick Timsit (nominated for a César Award for Best Actor in 1997 and 1998, with an excellent performance in Dalida [+leggi anche:
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).

Written by Géraldine Nakache, the screenplay focuses on Vali and Mina, two sisters who are complete opposites and become distant due to life’s ups and downs. One is a singer, dreamy and emotional. The other is a therapist, distant and rational. Their loving father ends up finding the perfect opportunity to bring them together for a weekend to try to reconcile their differences: Vali has landed an audition in Paris and it is up to Mina to take her there, despite her contempt for her sister's passion.

Produced by Pierre Guyard (winner of the European Film Promotion Producer on the Move Award in 2015 - read the interview here) for Nord-Ouest Films with Stéphane Célérier and Valérie Garcia for Mars Films (who will distribute the film in France), I'll Go Where You Go was co-produced by France 2 Cinéma. Pre-purchased by Canal+ and Ciné+, the feature film benefited from eight weeks of filming in Paris and Nantes with Éric Dumont (The Measure of a Man [+leggi anche:
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, At War [+leggi anche:
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, My Son [+leggi anche:
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) as the director of photography. International sales will be handled by Playtime.

For the record, Nord-Ouest Films will be releasing the excellent Amanda [+leggi anche:
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by Mikhaël Hers in French cinemas next week (discovered at Venice, in the Orizzonti section) and Father and Sons [+leggi anche:
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 by Félix Moati on February 13 (starring Vincent Lacoste, Benoît Poelvoorde and Anaïs Demoustier - read the article here). The Parisian company also participated at Cannes this year with At War by Stéphane Brizé, while the animated film Dilili in Paris [+leggi anche:
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by Michel Ocelot was released last month and In the Name of the Land [+leggi anche:
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by Edouard Bergeon is currently being filmed.

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