Julien Rambaldi’s comedy, “C’est la vie” will be released on Wednesday July 28th at the cinema. On this occasion we met Léa Drucker and Nicolas Maury who talk to us about their role.
The choral comedy C’est la vie by Julien Rambaldi will be released on July 28 in our theaters. Worn by Léa Drucker, Josiane Balasko, Nicolas Maury, Alice Pol, Sarah Stern, Florence Loiret-Caille, David Marsais, Youssef Hajdi or even Tom Leeb, the feature film follows several pregnant women until they give birth.
The film, which is part of the Official Selection of the Alpe d’Huez Comedy Festival, tells these stories through the prism of Dominique (Josiane Balasko), a midwife with a strong character soon to retire and of Antoine (Nicolas Maury), an arrogant young obstetrician. Together, they will have to accompany five women to give birth. They will remember it all their lives …
During the promotion of the film, we met Léa Drucker and Nicolas Maury who talk to us about their preparation for this shoot (in particular attending childbirth) and the fact of “playing” a childbirth, whether on the side of the woman or of the obstetrician.
The trailer for C’est la vie