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Trailer: Jean Dujardin, walker and solitary in Sur les chemins noirs, adaptation by Sylvain Tesson


In the cinematographic adaptation of the novel Sur les chemins noirs, by Sylvain Tesson, Jean Dujardin invites you to a telluric parenthesis far from the fury of the modern world.

August 2014. Drunk, author Sylvain Tesson fell several meters while climbing the facade of a chalet.

Body broken, face paralyzed, he undertakes a long rehabilitation and promises himself that he will cross France on foot as soon as possible.

Between August and November 2015, he will thus walk from Mercantour to Cotentin to regain control of his body and rediscover the tranquility of a nature that has always nourished and soothed him.

This trip, he will record in

Sur les chemins noirs,

a logbook now adapted to the cinema with Jean Dujardin who, as a relentless and solitary walker, never seeks mimicry with the famous writer-adventurer.

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Beyond the portrait of a man in physical and intimate reconquest, this film shows the beauty of a France preserved from tourism, but also devastated by desertification.

Making this introspective walk captivating was not easy, but Tesson's words, taken up in voice-over by an invested Dujardin, marvelously dress the images without ever overloading them.

Enough to aspire in turn to a telluric parenthesis to reconnect with oneself, hear nature and forget the noise and fury of the modern world.

Sur les chemins noirs

, by Denis Imbert, with Jean Dujardin, Izïa Higelin, Joséphine Japy…

Source: lefigaro

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