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François Ozon, the one-man band


PORTRAIT – The most prolific and eclectic director of French cinema returns with Mon crime, a jubilant film adapted from a play from the 1930s and carried by a dazzling cast.

It's a wonderful thing with the films of François Ozon, you never know in advance what feeling they will inspire in you.

However, it is mathematical: when the charm operates, the pleasure is multiplied!

Eight months after

Peter von Kant

who had us sorry, the hyperactive filmmaker returns with

My crime

, a jubilant work.

Taken from a play by Georges Berr and Louis Verneuil, it follows the journey of a broke actress who, defended by her best friend, a lawyer, accuses herself of the murder of a libidinous producer to try to know her quarter of an hour. of glory in the Paris of the 1930s.

By adapting this legal chronicle punctuated with twists and colorful dialogues, Ozon saw the opportunity to resonate, with humor and style, some burning current issues, while maintaining an assumed taste for theatricality.

“I don't mind creating effects of distancing and artifice in cinema


There, there is also the pleasure of the dialogues of the 1930s which bring to life...

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Source: lefigaro

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