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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Director Martin Provost reunites with Moreau in "Où Va la Nuit"

By Siewaun
Reference: Ioncinema

French director Martin Provost, whose directed movie "Seraphine" won 3 César Awards, including Best Film, Best Writing and Best Actress (Yolande Moreau), is set to direct the adaptation of Irish writer Keith Ridgway’s novel "The Long Falling."

Provost will reunite with Yolande Moreau for the new project titled "Où Va la Nuit" (Where the Night Goes). Supporting cast for the movie are Arthur Dupont, Edith Scob, Laurent Capelluto, Valentijn Dhaenens and Jan Hammenecker.

Co-adapted by Provost and Marc Abdelnour, who wrote script for "Seraphine," the movie centers on the character of Rose, played by Moreau who is regularly beaten by her alcoholic husband, so she decides to escape from this hell by running him over in the car. Then she covers up her crime before leaving to go find her gay son, Thomas, in Brussels, hoping to find the support she needs, but Thomas is bogged down in his own contradictions and cannot imagine that his mother could have murdered his father.

Julie Salvador produces the $6.1 million feature at F Comme Films, and Roissy Films, a French independent distribution company, which is a subsidiairy of Luc Besson's EuropaCorp, will handle international sales.

Shooting for the feature is ongoing at one of the 3 location which includes Sud-Avesnois, Lille and Brussels.

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