“I am a soldier painted a beautiful portrait of women who belongs neither to feminine codes nor to men …”
By Laetitia Rattan ▪ Wednesday, November 18, 2015 – 7 minutes ago
Led by the troubling Louise Bourgoin and Jean-Hugues Anglade, “I am a soldier” is a harsh and moving drama by Laurent Larivière. Meeting with a committed and enthusiastic team.
First presented at Cannes in Section A Look Look then at the Angoulême Festival, I am a soldier finally comes out in theaters this week. Carried by dardénienne Louise Bourgoin, the film follows the journey of a young thirty trying to find her place in a male world, violent and dishonest. Meeting with the actress transfigured, surrounded by her director and very involved partner, Laurent Larivière and Jean-Hugues Anglade.Interview at Cannes, May 20, 2015