Johann Heldenberg is “very happy and proud” of it Les Peresin which he plays a Flemish film director, won the Prix Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival.
The Prix Un Certain Regard, the most important award in the side competition at the Cannes Film Festival, rewards bold and original films from lesser-known filmmakers. This year the award went to lespires The French directors, Lise Akoca and Romain Gueret, made their debut. Hildenburg plays film director Gabriel who is trying to make a film with four young men from a working-class neighborhood in the northern French coastal town of Boulogne-sur-Mer. Ghent’s representative is “very happy and proud” of the award.
“But I also think she deserves to be a spectator,” Hildenburg told the news agency. Belgium† “This movie really has it all: it’s animated, funny, clever and a little bit dangerous. I am especially happy and proud of all these women who directed the movie: the producer, the screenwriter, the filmmakers. And also for the young actors who are incredibly awesome.”
The four young characters, Ryan, Lily, Jesse, and Miles, came to the fore during the auditions of Hildenburg’s character. Hence the name of the movie. “Les pires” means “the worst” in French. Each of the four little ones have their problems. The film premiered in the world in Cannes on Sunday.
The Golden Palm, the film festival’s most prestigious award, will be awarded on Saturday evening. This year’s edition is completely tricolor, with three contenders from our country. Our guy in Cannes, reviewer Jeroen Struys, was really excited close By Lukas Dhont, who with girl Although he won the Prix Un Certain Regard in 18, Le Otto Montagne By Charlotte Vandermerch and Felix van Groningen. Tori and Lukita It was written by the Darden brothers, but it lacks the accuracy of their ancient work.
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