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Cinema program "Non-Fiction" in Kraków
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Original title: Doubles vies
Runtime: 108 min.
Production: Francja , 2018
Category: comedy / drama / romance
Release Date: 17 May 2019
Distribution: Gutek Film
Directed by: Olivier Assayas
Cast: Guillaume Canet, Juliette Binoche, Vincent Macaign
Seductive and perverse, the latest film by Olivier Assayas ("Sils Maria", "Personal Shopper") is playing with the concept of fidelity. In "Double Life" it involves both a few of the betraying people, a perverse relationship of fiction to reality, as well as a technological revolution that makes us abandon old habits. In the rapidly changing world, e-books are bitten out by paper books, young mistresses - aging wives, and TV series - cinematic plots. Only one thing changes: the new ones are always the most exciting.
Assayas made members of the Parisian bohemia, experiencing the crisis of the middle age, their heroes. Leonard, a writer who likes to be offline (Vincent Macaigne), wants to release another novel, which is a record of a romance with an actress. His publisher, handsome careerist Alain (in this role, a super star of the French cinema - Guillaume Canet), rejects the book, because he is now much more passionate about the world of e-books, specifically an attractive adviser for digitalisation. For Alain, his wife, dreaming about the ambitious role of the serial actress Selena (fantastic, self-ironical performance of Juliette Binoche) meets with a writer whose partner also does not know about betrayal, because he is too busy embracing the PR of a dual-life politician ...
On this splot of sex, lies and literature, Assayas looks with understanding and humor (critics emphasize that "Double Life" is his best comedy!), Declaring in one of the interviews: "We became such moralists that I wanted to make a bit immoral movie" . The inspiration for this light, like a reader - and equally capacious - comedy-drama is undoubtedly the sexy cinema of the master Eric Rohmer. Some also write about the similarities to the best films of Woody Allen - with Assayas there is definitely more wine.
Movie trailer: Non-Fiction