Théo & Hugo heißt der neue Film der französischen Filmemacher Olivier Ducastel und Jaques Martineau. Dabei ist man auf den Spuren von zwei Männern, die sich beim feiern in Paris kennengelernt haben und die Nacht miteinander verbringen. DabrKann eine augenblicklich starke Verbindung andauernde Spuren hinterlassen?


“Wanting to know more about each other, they leave the club and drift down the deserted streets of nocturnal Paris.

Suddenly they find themselves confronted by a sense of reality that wipes out their freedom and lends each step an existential helplessness. Do they want to know more about each other? Will their trust be rewarded? What are their expectations?” Plot

Obwohl der Film etwas vulgär scheint, können wir uns eine echtere Darstellung von Sex erwarten als in vielen anderen Filmen.

“We were telling a real story and we were all focused on that so it made filming the sex as natural as we’d imagined it when we conceived the project. It’s not just a scene of sexual intercourse and the demands of the story meant that the “performance” of filming actors with erections faded into the background (even if it’s not the same as filming a family meal!). We had to believe in these two people falling in love and the passionate surge of desire.” Jaques Martineau

Co-Direktor Olivier Ducastel fügte hinzu:


“I wanted a film about the start of a love story. All our films are about love but I wanted to go back to the source.”

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via: attitude