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“November” by Cédric Jimenez, with Jean Dujardin and Sandrine Kiberlain, will be released on October 5, 2022 in cinemas.
CINEMA – Barely seven years after the attacks of November 13, Cédric Jimenez retraces the five days of investigation which followed the attacks at the Bataclan, on the terraces of Paris and at the Stade de France. In Novemberthe director of North ferry embarks on an immersion in the anti-terrorist sub-directorate of the Paris judicial police. A first trailer as breathtaking as it is distressing was unveiled on Tuesday August 23, promising a film under permanent tension, to be seen in theaters on October 5.
From the offices where the phones are ringing continuously, or in the field where the chases are linked, the first images show police being overwhelmed and under pressure, as you can see below.
Jean Dujardin plays the right arm of the head of the anti-terrorist cell, played by Sandrine Kiberlain. Alongside them in the film, we also find Anaïs Demoustier (Anais’ loves), Sami Outalbali (Sex Education) and Lyna Khoudri (Papicha, Haute Couture).
Talking about the attacks without showing them
“We are obviously prepared for that. But those for whom the emotional charge is too great can step aside. I don’t want us to give way to our personal emotions.can we hear Jean Dujardin explain to his team.
But between the interrogations, the muscular interventions and the false leads… The police fight against bouts of fatigue and anger. Starting with Fred, the character embodied by the Oscar-winning actor. ” Get yourself together ! »shouts to him in particular Sandrine Kiberlain in the trailer.
Cédric Jimenez focuses on the investigation itself, without showing the attacks. “We try to stay on top, with sobriety. Whether in the game, in the staging, in the music, in the editing. Of sobriety and uprightness »he assures.
The film is to be released a few months after the end of the November 13 trial, which in June led to the sentencing of Salah Abdeslam, the only member of the commando still alive, to life imprisonment.
November thst one of the few projects of such magnitude to trace the attacks that left 130 dead and hundreds injured. On the other hand, several have already made extensive reference to it, such as the series In Therapy by Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, the film Amanda by Mikhaël Hers, or even See Paris again fromAlice Winocour, which will be released in cinemas on September 7.
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