After watching Ladj Ly's Misjables movie, French President Emmanuel Macron urged the government to "hurry up ideas and take steps to improve living conditions in neighborhoods," the report says. Sunday newspaper.
Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, this film tells of a police error at Montfermeil in Seine-Saint-Denis. The viewer follows the early days of "Pento", a policeman who arrives at this city's anti-crime brigade the day after the Blues victory.
According to information from JDD, the president was "upset about the accuracy" of the film.
The director had already said that he would like Emmanuel Macron to watch the feature film. In an interview with LCI on November 14, Ladj Ly said he sent a DVD of the film to the French president and awaited his return. It's done.
Lauded everywhere he is projected, Les Miserables was selected to represent France at the Oscars on February 9, 2020 in Los Angeles, United States. It will be released in French theaters on Wednesday, November 20.