The Crime is Mine, François Ozon’s new movie


To our great pleasure, François Ozon makes his return to the big screen with The Crime is Mine, and we are delighted to give you a first look. Here is the synopsis:
In 1930s Paris, Madeleine Verdier, a young and pretty yet penniless actor with little talent, is accused of the murder of a famous producer. With the help of her best friend Pauline, a young and unemployed lawyer, she is acquitted on the grounds of self-defense. A new life begins, full of glory and success, until the truth is brought to light...

Check out the trailer for The Crime is Mine now, a film whose secrets only François Ozon knows...


In a note to the audience, the director has confided that for this movie, “references for The Crime is Mine go back to the golden age of American comedy: Lubitsch, Leo Mac Carey, Billy Wilder and Screwball Comedy, which is characterized by vaudeville, comical and incongruous situations, where the protagonists invent clever ways to get out of dramatic situations. “

A 5-star cast made up of Nadia Tereszkiewicz, Rebecca Marder, Isabelle Huppert, Fabrice Luchini, Dany Boon and André Dussollier with a perfect mastery of words and precise dialogue, The Crime is Mine is perfect!

But in the end, what crime is committed? See you on March 8 in movie theaters to find out!

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