In a few days, Vincent Lindon will preside over the jury of the official competition of the Cannes Film Festival. He should think back to this surprising warning given to him by Robert Badinter. We explain it all to you!
Vincent Lindon received the most beautiful gift this year: the presidency of the jury of the official competition of the Cannes Film Festivalwhich will open its doors this Tuesday, May 17 with the screening of the new film by Michel Hazanavicius, Cut. A unique experience of its kind that the actor could not even have imagined living one day when he was at Cours Florent. He philosophizes in the columns of the JDD : “ Destiny is like skylights in football, when the commentator says “it happened to that, if it was inside it was the same”. A career is worthless. This new position comes at a good time in the career of Lindon, winner of the acting award in 2015.
This year, the president of the jury promises to listen to his comrades, a nice cast that he will only meet for the first time this Monday, May 16. To carry out his mission alongside the eight jurors, Vincent Lindon can count on the surprising warning of one of his most famous fans. ” A few days ago I received a congratulatory letter from Robert Badinter “, he says in the JDD. ” He explains that he advised his students who had passed the judicial examination to be wary of themselves when they judged. “Because yes, a warned man is worth two …
Vincent Lindon is about to live a great moment of cinema
So what does Vincent Lindon expect from this ten days on the Croisette? ” With the jury, I want us to say at the end that we had a wonderful time together in cinema. And that we deliver a good track record, with films that offer artistic novelty and attract people to theaters. A fine objective to achieve for an edition that promises to be rich in emotions. We are already impatiently waiting to attend the opening ceremony presented by Virginie Efira, or even the presentation of the new film by James Gray with the great Anthony Hopkins. Engine, action!
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