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Tempting Devils Tempting Devils

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Masters | Masters | Jean-Claude BRISSEAU | France | 2017 | 97min | DCP | color | Fiction
Director Jean-Claude BRISSEAU Screenplay Jean-Claude BRISSEAU Producer Jean-Claude BRISSEAU Cinematography David GRINBERG, Adrien MENDOZA Art Director Marie-Laure TEXIER Editor Maria LUISA GARCIA, Lucie JEGO Sound Emmanuel Le GALL Music Anna SIGALEVITCH Cast Fabienne BABE, Isabelle PRIM, Anna SIGALEVITCH

Program Schedule

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652 2018. 05. 09 21:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 8
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847 2018. 05. 11 19:30 Jeonju Digital Independent Cinema
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  • Review

    A woman at middle age discovers erotic clips on a lost cell phone in the train. After Camille contacted the owner of the phone Suzy, they meet Camille´s friend Clara. Three ladies live together, and Suzy stays with the old man ´Tonton´ buried in yoga practice. One day, they have a sudden visit from Fabrice that Suzy had dumped, and Clara takes the brokenhearted man to the house. Brissaud reveals the nature of human, frustration, desire through the map of intricate relationship in Tempting Devils. There is a strange interaction between characters, and their relationship affects them in unexpected ways. Camille develops into a new relationship with Fabrice, and Tonton tries to heal Suzy overwhelmed by a sense of defeat with meditation and yogic flying. In the intense conflict of mind and body, all the characters find their way to happiness. [JANG Byungwon]

Director

Jean-Claude BRISSEAU

Born in 1944, Paris. In the mid-1970s, he bought a Super 8 camera and produced two films. One of them, La Croisee des chemins(1978) is seen by Maurice Pialat and Eric Rohmer. After that he directed several films including The Black Angel(1994), Choses secretes, Secret Things(2002). In 2011, the Belfort Film Festival-Entrevues devotes a retrospective. In 2012, he received the Golden Leopard from the Locarno for The Girl from Nowhere(2012).