Thursday, April 21, 2016

Depardieu in Cannes … – Stars News

Cannes 2016 Directors’ Fortnight. Even if he never minced his words about the Festival, Gérard Depardieu should again be Cannes this year as part of the 2016 Directors Fortnight According to the most international of our Parisian French players will be present on the mat red for the “Tour de France” film by Rachid Djaïdani.

 Credits: PR Photos

Credits: PR Photos

And yet …

Gerard Depardieu has not been very kind to the Cannes Film Festival. Recently he stated “It is true that in Berlin there is a big festival like Toronto as Sundance. I not say the same of Cannes. ” Stressing that there was a before and after Gilles Jacob, he then added, “Now it is Pierre Lescure and Thierry Fremaux. So what’s different. This is not the same, and not cinema. Thank you. A word to salvation! “

In 2015 already, and as part of an interview with Télérama, said he regretted the time he came home at dances as he was just a beach attendant, when he was playing with Italian filmmakers not a “poor then as now” where the bling bling gradually seems to take over.

an era is over in his ‘C’ was before the triumph and the omnipresence of TV in Cannes, yachts, false celebrations, bad drugs and the reign of jewelers sponsors burnt. I am tired of so much stupidity “he had then added

We could therefore have imagined that our Gege does not put more feet on the Croisette. What neni

About his film Tour de France

The story: Far’Hook is a young rapper 20 years. Following a settlement account, he is obliged to leave Paris for a while. His producer, Bilal, then asked him to take his place, and accompany his father Serge, go around the ports of France, in the footsteps of the painter Joseph Vernet.

Despite the clash of generations and cultures, an unlikely friendship will develop between this promising rapper and bricklayer from northern France during a journey that will take them to Marseille for a final concert, that of reconciliation.

Directed by Rachid Djaïdani, the film features Gérard Depardieu, Sadek, Louise Grinberg


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