Berlinale 2022: the trailer for Come, I’ll take you, by Alain Guiraudie

Le long opened the Panorama of the 72nd Berlinale yesterday.

After The unknown lake in 2013 and Stay upright in 2016, Alain Guiraudie will present his new feature film on March 2 Come, I will take you there.

Embodied by Noemie Lvovsky, Jean-Charles Clichet and Ilies Kadri, this film takes place in Clermont-Ferrand. Médéric (Clichet), falls in love with Isadora (Lvovsky), a 50-year-old prostitute, but she is married. While the city center is the scene of a terrorist attack, Selim (Kadri), a young homeless man takes refuge in Médéric’s building causing collective paranoia. Everything gets complicated in Médéric’s life, torn between his empathy for Sélim and his desire to have an affair with Isadora.

The feature film, the director’s ninth, is also carried by Renaud Rutten, Doria Tillier, Michel Masiero, Philippe Fretun, Farida Rahouadj, Miveck Packa, Yves-Robert Viala and Patrick Ligardes.

Selected as the opening film in the Panorama of the 72nd Berlinale, and screened on February 10 in the German capital, Come, I will take you there endorses a very French festival after the preview screening of the new film by François Ozon peter von kant (whose trailer is yet to be awaited) and the Bear of Honor reserved for Isabelle Huppert.

Alain Guiraudie directs and screenplays Come, I will take you therewith the help of Laurent Lunetta. The feature will be distributed by Les Films du Losange in France.

Berlinale 2022: Peter von Kant by François Ozon will open a shortened festival

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