Entertainment In "The Court of Miracles", the directors Carine May and Hakim Zouhani dream of a return to social mix at the

12:40  29 september  2022
12:40  29 september  2022 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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school the court of miracles, with Rachida Brakni, has been playing since September 28. The film was shot in a school in Aubervilliers, in Seine-Saint-Denis, where the two directors grew up.

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Return to the sources for Carine May and Hakim Zouhani, the two directors of the Miracles Court which has just released on the screens. It was in Aubervilliers, in the 93, that these children from the 70s spent all their education.

At school, everyone was rubbing shoulders with Hakim Zouhani, "there were blacks, Arabs, Italians and Vietnamese". For Carine May, memories also come back in front of her former high school. The filmmaker remembers having really known social diversity.

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There were sons of workers, sons of doctors. It was an incredible mix! We knew it. It no longer exists in Aubervilliers as in so many other cities in France.

Carine May


The problem of diversity is at the heart of the film The Court of Miracles, which is on the side of the teachers. A bias for Carine May who, before being a director, was a teacher and Hakim Zouhani educator.

The importance of living together

This social comedy takes place in the Jacques Prévert school in Aubervilliers, nestled at the foot of the city, Porte de la Villette. It tells the story of a primary school threatened by the arrival near a brand "Bobo-Écolo" brand new . The team of teachers, who does not know each other, will do everything to keep their students and make the old school premises more attractive. The idea has just created the very first suburban green school, in the middle of concrete. The Court of Miracles is also glaring of truth when the lack of teachers is mentioned with this hilarious sequence of Job Dating to recruit it. The goal of this pretty hopeful film is not only to make people laugh. He also reflects on the functioning of public schools in France.

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of the actors engaged

Rachida Brakni endorses the costume of the school director who deploys a mad energy to fight against school segregation. She too has experienced social diversity at school. Today, she enrages to see her disappear. A role that is close to her heart, because for this actress of Algerian origin, bulimic reading when she was a child, the school is "the place where one builds, it is the spine of a nation" .

Rachida Brakni is accompanied by young actors like Mourad Boudaoud who plays the role of a teacher. He too grew up and followed studies in Pantin, in the court of courtes, in the Paris suburbs. This film is therefore a great opportunity to pay tribute to his teachers who opened the field of possibilities to him.

The Miracles Court, by Carine May and Hakim Zouhani, currently in the cinema.

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