In “La Piece Reportée” with Anaïs Demoustier, Philippe Katerine and Josiane Balasko, two worlds will oppose each other. A comedy that promises to be very funny and is revealed with a trailer.
Antonin Peretjatko back with The patch
In the original comedy genre, Antonin Peretjatko knows how to do it. Whether with The Girl of July 14 (2013) or The law of the jungle (2016), the director plays perfectly with absurdity. In his previous feature film, he notably sent Vincent Macaigne to Guyana, accompanied by Vimala Pons, to ensure that the construction of the first indoor ski slope in the Amazon was brought up to European standards. The filmmaker returns this year with The patch, worn this time by Anaïs Demoustier, Josiane Balasko, and Philippe Katerine. Sergi López and William Lebghil are also in the cast.
In this film, we will see Philippe Katerine playing Paul Château-Têtard, a 45-year-old bourgeois who is going to take the metro for the first time. It is there that he will meet Ava, the teller played by Anaïs Demoustier, with whom he immediately falls in love. The height of absurdity, the couple formed and immediately decided to get married. A marriage that will not be not to the taste of Paul’s mother, interpreted by Josiane Balasko. Or the confrontation between “someone in Rolls and someone from the metro“…
Diaphana, the distributor of The patch, just unveiled the trailer of the film (in an article). We find the quirky spirit of Antonin Peretjatko with situations, as we have already said, absurd, but presented by the staging and the characters in a totally natural way. You only have to see the marriage proposal made by Paul to Ava. A simple “I would like to marry you“, to which the young woman answers”Good idea !“. There is something childish and naive at the filmmaker who makes all his personality.
And in the midst of this delicate romance between the always very righteous Philippe Katerine and Anaïs Demoustier, we will see Josiane Balasko having fun in the role of an old mother bitter and authoritarian. His confrontations with Anaïs Demoustier promise to be hilarious. We can’t wait to see the results when the film releases, in theaters on December 1st.