His film “Rag Boy” was released on Wednesday, October 28 in theaters, the exact day of the announcement of a new addiction, and the closing of theaters … Nicolas Maury explains how he saw this situation, between confusion, anger and the hope of a new life when cinemas will reopen.
His film, Rag boy, like that of Maïwenn, ADN, or Claus Drexel, Under the stars of Paris, was released Wednesday, Oct. 28 in theaters, the exact day of Emmanuel Macron’s speech announcing redefinition. During his speech, the President of the Republic never uttered a word about cinemas, theaters or the world of culture in general, who nevertheless understood that with death in the soul, he was once again having to pull the curtain. In complete uncertainty over the length of this new black screen.
For everyone, the cruelty of the decision is immense. For Nicolas Maury, it’s even more because his first feature film as a director, “My rag boy” as he affectionately calls it, he is already deprived of the Cannes Film Festival, and, today, of viewers. Fatal, but happy with the reception reserved for the film during these two days (uanime press, full previews and enthusiastic audiences, very encouraging attendance figures …), he answered a few questions during his tour to frontman -last presentation of his film in a cinema in north Paris.
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