Ludovic and Zoran Boukherma adapt Their children after them (photo)

Ludovic and Zoran Boukherma adapt Their children after them (photo)

Paul Kircher rides his father's motorcycle with the one who makes his heart beat, Angelina Woreth.

After the Pyrenees and its werewolves, then the Arcachon basin and its famous shark, head to the Grand Est and its lost countryside vibrating to the rhythm of Intervilles and Johnny Hallyday. The directors and screenwriters of teddy – a film renewing French genre cinema – and at least successful The Year of the Shark, adapt the 2018 Goncourt Prize, far from fantasy or parody comedy. Translated into twenty languages ​​and sold more than 700,000 copies, Their children after them by Nicolas Matthieu passes into the hands of Ludovic and Zoran Boukherma. Its first image has just been revealed.

Their children after them is an ode to adolescence, those who grow up far from cities and who dream of freedom and grandeur in a region devastated by deindustrialization, as the official synopsis reveals:

“August 92. A lost valley in the East, blast furnaces that no longer burn. Fourteen-year-old Anthony is completely bored. One heatwave afternoon at the lake, he meets Stéphanie. Love at first sight is such that the same evening, he secretly borrows his father's motorcycle to go to a party where he hopes to find her. When the next morning, he realizes that the motorcycle has disappeared, his life is turned upside down.

At the wheel of this motorcycle, we find Paul Kircher (nominated for the Césars in 2023 as best male hopeful for The High School Studentand in 2024 as best male revelation for The Animal Kingdom), and behind him Angelina Woreth (The Rascals). Also announced in the casting Ludivine Sagnier (Swimming Pool, Lupine), Sayyid El Alami (Oussekine, La Pampa) And Gilles Lellouche (BAC North).

Its release has been postponed to December 4, 2024.

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