In 1975, Michel Audiard's life was turned upside down.
Her son, François, died at the age of 26 in a tragic car accident.
The dialogue writer who has built his entire career on humor no longer wants to laugh.
Three years later, he released a novel
Night, Day and All Other Nights
in which he returns, from wandering to wandering, on the death of his "
" and on all the memories of his life which come back like a overfull.
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The book which will be awarded the Four Juries Prize in 1979 is released today with a preface by Marcel Audiard, the son of said “
, the one who is both a child psychiatrist in the city and an inspired novelist in his spare time (
Le cri du corps mourant
Le cri du
Le cri du mort current
Le Maure m'aim
), delivers a very psychoanalytic interpretation of the biography. of his grandfather.
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LE FIGARO. - Why in the preface to
- Why in the preface to
, you write, that "
the nuclear reactor of the novel
" is the death of his son François, your father?
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