Julie Lecoustre and Emmanuel Marre’s film is shown today in Cannes, during Critics’ Week.
Cassandre, 26, is a flight attendant in a low-cost airline. Living from day to day, she goes on flights and parties without tomorrow, faithful to her nickname Tinder “Carpe Diem”. An existence without ties, in the form of a headlong rush, which apparently fills her. As the pressure from his company redoubles, Cassandre ends up losing ground. Will she be able to face the buried pains and return to those she left on the ground?
Here is the first excerpt from Nothing to give a fuck, realized by Julie lecoustre and Emmanuel Marre, which is screened today at the Cannes Film Festival, in the selection of Critics’ Week. This is Adèle Exarchopoulos, who received the Palme d’Or in 2013 for The Life of Adele (shared with director Abdellatif Kechiche and actress Léa Seydoux), who is its heroine.