Making a war movie with a feminine look is the ambition of the filmmaker Eva Husson, the fate of the Kurdish warriors, about the fate of the Kurdish warriors. Works that are considered "naive" when others praise courage. And his humanity.
The scene of fighting for 25 minutes is boring! "Director Cannes judged that the film was fresh in the spring," I want to be with the characters, "she claimed.
On Wednesday, The Girls of the Sun reminds me of subjects that are rarely discussed in movies, at least inevitable in fiction. The fate of the Yezidi woman (never confirmed in a feature film) captured by jihad becomes a sexual slave, and in some cases an armed combatant.
This inspired filmmakers who advocate a feminist approach, as filmmakers face film industry dominating white males. "I think it's very important that the whole world express itself, it's important to be with strong women, not just victims or prostitutes," said Eva Husson, who talked with reporters at the end of the war. Veterans.
After attacking a war movie, the first feature film about young people organizing sexual organizations, she focuses on female characters and focuses on her career rather than fighting. Her film follows Bharhasa, played by Iranian born actress Golshifteh Farahani (who is very involved in her role) in a few days of attacks on Muslims somewhere in Kurdistan in November 2015. Maternity, fighting, female place, all emphasized by music (too?), The film captures her heroine very closely.
Through repentance and confession, Mathilde (Emmanuelle Bercot) found that viewers were lawyers, marriages, and mothers before wearing the grid. Her life was transformed by the sudden arrival of a "black man" who murdered her husband and kidnapped her and made them sexual slaves. The reality of shame. The director refrained from certain atrocities in order not to reduce the character to the victim status.
She likes to shoot her tenacity and avoid the Muslims just like these women just before giving birth, and to make a pendulum for these fighters. Eva Husson, "Protecting Women's Attitudes and Attention to Women's Body, Violence Against Women, Sexual Activity and Excessive Exposure" Eva Husson writes, "The filmmakers abandon it.
"She claims to be a very feminist, I do not make any changes, I get more singular looks," said Emmanuelle Bercot, director (overhead). Thierry Frémaux, director of the Cannes Film Festival, said, "I would like to say it is a female movie," says Cannes Film Festival President Thierry Frémaux, "she wants to show off her woman in her own way, not in a beautiful way, but in close- said. As expected, he shared a great deal of Croisette.
"On the one hand it's a horrible and important story (…) and on the other hand it hurts the message," Hollywood reporter wrote. Indie Wire predicted less than Eva Husson's Golden Palm. "Every movie I like is a rip-off, and the director's view is strong and needs to be a short film.