Today, on 30th March the audience can attend two Q&A-s in Uránia
. At 18.15 you can see The Killer
, a French thriller analysing the relationship between a murderer and his (future) victim. After the screening we have the honour to present you the lead actor Grégoire Colin
. Grégoire has been working as an actor since he was 12. He has acted out the most various characters in the pas twenty years: a clergyman and an outlaw, innocent and criminal – his clear, precise inward transformations have seduced the public and the critics as well. He was 17 when he was nominated for the main role of Agnieszka Holland’s Olivier, Olivier
is his 35th film part.
At the second Q&A we are going to introduce you the Oscar winner Jean-Xavier de Lestrade
, director of Welcome Home
(in competition) screening at 20.15. The exposition implies a strong start: the main hero killed his parents and the story begins when he is released after 13 years of imprisonment. Otherwise documentary filmmaker Lestrade is now as always interested in the issue of crime and punishment, however this time he has applied the tension and dramatic intensity so typical of him onto a feature. His earlier subversive documentaries include 2001 Oscar-winning Un coupable idéal
(Murder on a Sunday Morning
) as the best known. Welcome home
is his first feature.