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World The worst: a record note for one of the best films of the year, awarded in Cannes!

09:50  09 december  2022
09:50  09 december  2022 Source:   allocine.fr

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  Les Pires : une note record pour l'un des meilleurs films de l'année, primé à Cannes ! © Pyramid Distribution

The worst is the first feature film directed by Lise Akoka and Romane Guéret . This original and realistic social film, carried by young non-professional actors with a stunning naturalness, focuses behind the scenes of a shoot in a city in the north of France. Rewarded at several festivals, including Cannes and Angoulême, the worst also won the French press, since its average is 4/5 (and this for 24 critics).

The worst of Lise Akoka and Romane Gueret

with Mallory Wanecque , Timéo Mahaut , Johan Heldenbergh ...

What is it about? A shooting will take place cited Picasso, in Boulogne-sur-Mer, in the north of France. During the casting, four teens, Lily, Ryan, Maylis and Jessy are chosen to play in the film. In the neighborhood, everyone s ’&

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