The suburb came to the competition, Africa also

The suburb came to the competition, Africa also

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Ladj Ly, a Frenchman of Malian descent, and Mati Diop, a Frenchwoman of Senegalese descent, make their feature film debut - and the Cannes competition, which they use to be open to the new. The results are uneven, but among them is, for now, the most beautiful film of this edition of the contest.

"Banlieue movie" can inhibit the viewer, hold him seriously, admits Ladj Ly. He himself felt at the gala presentation of his feature film debut, Les Misérables, that there were parts that had been written and filmed with the intent of comedy and before which viewers controlled themselves ...

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