By adapting the story of Emmanuel Bernheim in Everything went well, in cinema today, François Ozon deals with a strong subject: the end of medically assisted life. Meeting with the director who infuses a lot of humanity into him.
François Ozon had already delivered a moving societal film with Grace to God, he is now back in the cinema with the adaptation of the story of Emmanuel Bernheim. Worn by Sophie Marceau and Géraldine Pailhas, Tout se bien passed, symbolic title, is a drama that deals with the medically assisted end of life requested by a gruff and selfish father but also full of vitality encamped by an impressive André Dussollier .
Met during the Cannes Film Festival where the film was in official competition, the director tells us about his desires and his doubts about the staging of this incredible true story, what the subject of medically assisted end of life summons up in him and what ‘he would like the public to shoot from the film, which is released in French theaters today.
Journalist: Mégane Choquet
Editing: Ando Raminoson
The trailer for Everything went well, in theaters today: