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Nicolas Maury empieza la posproducción de Garçon Chiffon

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- El actor protagoniza su primera película como director, producida por CG Cinéma y vendida por Les Films du Losange, junto a Nathalie Baye, Arnaud Valois y Laure Calamy

Nicolas Maury empieza la posproducción de Garçon Chiffon
El actor y el director Nicolas Maury

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Shot over five weeks spanning October and November in Limoges and in Paris, Garçon Chiffon, the first full-length film directed by the actor Nicolas Maury (well received in The Bare Necessity [+lee también:
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, Knife + Heart [+lee también:
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and You and the Night [+lee también:
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, not to mention the TV series Call My Agent!, and whom we’ll be seeing in Spellbound, which hits French cinemas as of 11 December) - who will also be stepping into the film’s lead role - has now entered into post-production.

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Acting alongside him in the cast are Nathalie Baye (recently well received in It’s Only the End of the World [+lee también:
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and The Guardians [+lee también:
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), Arnaud Valois (crowned Best New Actor at the 2018 Lumières Awards and nominated Best New Hope in the Césars that same year for BPM (Beats Per Minute) [+lee también:
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; also at his best in Our Wonderful Lives [+lee también:
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) and Laure Calamy (recently very well received in Mademoiselle de Joncquières [+lee también:
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and Sibyl [+lee también:
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, hitting French cinemas tomorrow in Only the Animals [+lee también:
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, as well as on 15 January in Une belle équipe and at some point in 2020 in Cévennes). The cast is rounded off by Dominique Reymond, Laurent Capelluto, Jean-Marc Barr, Roxane Mesquida and Théo Christine.

Written by Nicolas Maury, Sophie Fillières and Maud Ameline (nominated for the Best Screenplay César in 2013 via Camille Rewinds [+lee también:
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and in the same category of the 2018 Lumières Awards for Until the Birds Return [+lee también:
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), the story centres around Jérémie, a sickly and jealous man ravaged by setbacks in his love life, his working life and his family life. Having reached breaking point, he decides to leave Paris and heads home towards his native region, Limousin, where he will try to fix himself in the company of a very intrusive mother.

Produced by Charles Gillibert on behalf of CG Cinéma, Garçon Chiffon is co-produced by Mother Production and benefits from the support of the CNC – in the form of an advance on earnings - as well as that of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region and the SOFICA company Cinémage. French distribution and international sales will be steered by Les Films du Losange.

For the record, other CG Cinéma works of note currently in post-production include Annette by Leos Carax (with Marion Cotillard and Adam Driver heading up the cast), Bergman Island by Mia Hansen-Løve (starring Vicky Krieps, Tim Roth, Mia Wasikowska and Anders Danielsen Lie in lead roles) and De l’or pour les chiens by Anna Cazenave Cambet (a first feature film produced in league with Les Armateurs and starring the likes of Tallulah Cassavetti and Corentin Fila).

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