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In conversation with Christophe Previte, Director: "We are telling a story about two characters knocked out and how they get up together thanks to Rimbaud's poem. To show this elevation, the idea was to put the notion of verticality with subtlety everywhere in the film, in the clothes, makeup, sets, landscapes, and more. "

Christophe Previte, réalisateur de La Relève, en interview

In conversation with Christophe Previte, Director: "We are telling a story about two characters knocked out and how they get up together thanks to Rimbaud's poem. To show this elevation, the idea was to put the notion of verticality with subtlety everywhere in the film, in the clothes, makeup, sets, landscapes, and more. "

Popcorn Horror reviews Patricia Chica's latest epic horror short - heading to Cannes in May!

Popcorn Horror reviews Patricia Chica's latest epic horror short - heading to Cannes in May!

La Releve #Making-of #book is online : http://www.blurb.com/b/6789740-la-rel-ve

La Releve #Making-of #book is online : http://www.blurb.com/b/6789740-la-rel-ve

Juliette Moreaud, embodies the "legal violence" and thinks La Relève highlights the violence in our personal or professional relations. Juliette has appreciated Christophe Previte's direction: "he gave very clear indications onto the direction, he knows what he wants and he says it well".

Juliette Moreaud, DRH dans La Relève, en interview

Juliette Moreaud, embodies the "legal violence" and thinks La Relève highlights the violence in our personal or professional relations. Juliette has appreciated Christophe Previte's direction: "he gave very clear indications onto the direction, he knows what he wants and he says it well".

Avant-Première  La Relève's crew - Eden Théâtre Credits photo: Béatrice Bruno

Avant-Première La Relève's crew - Eden Théâtre Credits photo: Béatrice Bruno

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LA RELÈVE

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Moving Tahiti

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Christophe Previte, director: «I am fond of saying that direction is above all about creating emotions and that the story is its essence. The themes of François Lachaud’s short story (everyday violence, man's ability to rise up) and the force of his words and those borrowed from the poem "Sun and Flesh "by Arthur Rimbaud immediately resonated with me.»

Christophe Previte, director: «I am fond of saying that direction is above all about creating emotions and that the story is its essence. The themes of François Lachaud’s short story (everyday violence, man's ability to rise up) and the force of his words and those borrowed from the poem "Sun and Flesh "by Arthur Rimbaud immediately resonated with me.»

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