The duo formed by Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache continues to seduce the public with popular human cinema. After the very good “Hors Normes”, we know more about their next project with a title that resonates strongly with what we have been through lately: “A difficult year.”
Return to the cinema for Toledano and Nakache with A difficult year
Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache are now more than accustomed to popular success with their films which constantly manage to engage the public. We necessarily think of cardboard Untouchables but we can also mention the endearing our happy days the irresistible sense of celebration or lately touching him Out of Standards.
After their passage on the small screen with In Therapy, they are preparing to return to dark rooms with a new proposal. In an interview given in the JDD in the past few days, we can learn more about their upcoming film. This will be titled A difficult year and he hears well talk about the complex era that we are going through.
A film in tune with the times
The friends admit to wanting to talk about everything that has turned our lives upside down lately. Starting mainly with the health crisis, which has left its mark. We don’t really know yet what the main plot will be, Toledano and Nakache are content to mention a desire to make films “Italian style“, with comedy bits inside. Suffice to say that we are not afraid to trust them completely to serve us with strong characters and to shine through their writing.
The two interested parties are also known as excellent directors of actors. They, therefore, intend to surround themselves with beautiful names to accompany them in this adventure. For now, we only know that the two central roles will be played by Pio Marmaï and Alban Ivanov. The first never toured with the duo while the second figured in the credits of sense of celebration.
Production will start next May in the capital. A release in 2023 for A difficult year is highly probable. If you enjoyed the first season of In Therapy the news will also arrive in May, still on Arte.