The latest contemporary and committed feature film by Catherine Corsini is released in theaters. In strong resonance with the news, it depicts the hospital in crisis and the angry yellow vests, with a saving humor. The film crew tells us more.
After two period feature films (La Belle saison and Un amour impossible), Catherine Corsini offers us a magnificent opus totally anchored in our reality, that of the revolt of the yellow vests, that of the hospital filled with passionate people but under tension and more broadly that of an entire society in need of resources and recognition, trying to put the knife to its throat.
Led by a renowned cast, Marina Foïs, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi and Pio Marmaï, and embodied by the revelation Aïssatou Diallo Sagna (real caregiver playing the role of a key nurse in the film), La Fracture mixes scenes of tension, intense emotions and comical moments of irresistible humor.
“I wanted people to see what the real world is like”, Catherine Corsini told us when we met at the Cannes Film Festival, where her feature film had just been screened in official competition.
On the occasion of its theatrical release, meeting (in video above) with the team of a committed film, as lively and ambitious as it is striking.
The trailer for “The Fracture”: