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The Three Musketeers: What a Story!


INTERVIEW – Authors of the First Name, Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de La Patellière have made a name for themselves in the cinema. The proof: it is from them that Jérôme Seydoux and Dimitri Rassam commissioned the scenarios for the two parts of The Three Musketeers, directed by Martin Bourboulon, before...

The duo had a sizeable argument for participating in the adaptation of two masterpieces of French literature: the History of France, even a little twisted by the novelists, is a dream weapon for making epic films and embarking spectators.

Le Figaro.

- What did you like about the idea of ​​adapting

The Three Musketeers



- When Dimitri Rassam proposed it to us, we had long dreamed of doing it because we were admirers of Dumas' work and the many adaptations that had been made of it did not really correspond to the vision we had of it. .

The time when the story of the Three Musketeers

takes place

being the century of Molière and

Cyrano de Bergerac

, these adaptations were often drawn towards farce, even parody.

However, seeing this work as an epic novel, it seemed to us a misinterpretation.

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 - When re-reading the book, we were struck by the extent to which this…

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Source: lefigaro

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