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US News The sixth child: a true story at the origin of this drama with Sara Giraudeau?

13:50  29 september  2022
13:50  29 september  2022 Source:   allocine.fr

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Does the sixth child are based on a true story? In theaters since Wednesday, this drama around maternity is the first realization of Léopold Legrand. The film was multi -fucked at the Angoulême Festival, whose public prize.

Le Sixième enfant : une histoire vraie à l'origine de ce drame avec Sara Giraudeau ? © Pyramid Distribution The sixth child: a true story at the origin of this drama with Sara Giraudeau? What is it talking about?

Franck, scrap dealer, and Meriem have five children, one sixth on the way, and serious problems of money. Julien and Anna are lawyers and cannot have children. This is the story of an unthinkable arrangement.

True History or Total Fiction?

Attention, this article may contain spoilers on the plot. We recommend that you read this article rather after seeing the film.

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The sixth child is an intense drama, with a lot of suspense, which is inevitably wondering if it is inspired by a story that has truly gone. The precision of the scenario, which regularly alludes to what the characters encourage, can regularly suggest that this story of child sale could have really occurred, or may have really happened.

Is this the case? By immersing itself in the genesis of this film, and therefore of the novel which served as the basis for the script written by Léopold Legrand , with Catherine Paillé , we learn that it is indeed a news that served as a trigger book. This book, which has the title cry rivers, is signed Alain Jaspard .

When this book was released, in 2018 by Héloïse d'Ormesson editions, The author Alain Jaspard explained : " It was an idea that came to me one day by reading the newspaper La Provence. In this newspaper, There was a news item which was a couple of gypsies, who sold one of their children to another couple of gypsies, in exchange for a BM and 10,000 euros . it was a very small beginning, But I had my story . "

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 Jura. The trial of a former volunteer firefighter, suspected of a forest fire, again postponed © Eddy LeMaster / Archives Ouest-France when he was to take place Monday September 26, the trial of a former volunteer firefighter , suspected of having set fire to a forest in Cornod, was returned to a later date. Illustration photo. The trial of a 27 -year -old volunteer firefighter, suspected of having deliberately provoked a fire in Cornod (Jura) on August 10, 2022, was once again sent. All the victims of the claim have not yet been identified.

and add: " after, I reworked this story, that is to say that instead of making a couple of gypsies with another couple of gypsies, I made a couple of gypsies with a couple de Bourgeois. Then, I studied history; I was interested in the Gypsies. I watched a lot of films, from Emir Kusturica, by Jean-Charles Hue (Lord's BM) . "

To feed his novel crying rivers, Alain Jaspard has documented for a long time, also attending a tribunal de grande instance. The bourgeois couple interpreted by Benjamin Lavernhe and Sara Giraudeau are both lawyers, and therefore know the risks involved in the traffic they are trying to set up with the couple Judith Chemla - Damien Bonnard.

Make the spectator active and put it in empathy with the characters

The film freely adapts the novel, while keeping a very "detective novel" which gives a sustained rhythm to the intrigue, in particular using ellipses. " My desire was to tell this intimate story in a breathtaking way. Since the characters act in haste, it seemed necessary to me that the film coated this same emergency character in her rhythm and her dramaturgy. With Catherine Paillé, my Coscenarist, Then with Catherine Schwartz, my editor, we built the film as a "social thriller". We imagined a narration made of ellipses and worked around the question of off-champ. All that we do not say and that 'We do not show add to the tension of the story, makes it possible to make the spectator active and put it in empathy with the characters. This is the whole issue of this story , "explains Léopold Legrand in the press kit from the film.

Note that this adoption story sounds intimately for its director, as he indicates in the press kit. Léopold Legrand was adopted before the law by his father's new wife after the death of his mother (occurred when he was six years old): " This woman became my second mother. So I grew up with a double maternal figure . The story of these two women gathered around a single child therefore intrigued me. By closing the novel crying rivers, I was very moved by the trajectories of Meriem and Anna . "

The sixth child is currently in theaters.

The time of the trial for one of the worst rail dramas in Spain .
© Emilio Lavandeira Photo taken on July 25, 2013 showing the high -speed train Alvia the day following its derailment. He had shattered against a wall some four km from Saint-Jacques de Compostela (Spain), killing 80s a river trial to "repair unbearable pain": nine years after the Train accident in Saint-Jacques -de-compostelage, which left 80 people in 2013, Spanish justice will begin on Wednesday to examine the failures that led to this terrible railway drama.

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