The director of Bac Nord will soon present it at the Cannes Film Festival, out of competition.
Announced just over a year ago, November will be unveiled in less than a month as part of the 74th Cannes Film Festivaland here is his first official photo, unveiled by Jean Dujardin on his account instagram. After North ferrydirector Cedric Jimenez will present it to the public, out of competition.
Carried by Jean Dujardin, but also Anaïs Demoustier, Sandrine Kiberlain, Jérémie Renier, Lyna Khoudri, Cédric Kahn, Sofian Khammes and Sami Outalbali, it will relate the course of the terrorist attacks of November 13, 2015, in Paris and its outskirts, as well as the daily life of the members of the anti-terrorist brigade during the five days of tracking which followed this tragedy.
Expected at the cinema on October 5, November is written by Olivier Demangel (known for the series Black Baron), and marks the reunion between Jean Dujardin and the director, eight years later The Frenchanother film inspired by real events: he played the judge Pierre Michel, assassinated in 1981 after years of struggle against drug trafficking.
Cédric Jimenez is indignant at “pure political recovery” around Bac Nord