Production ended Fire (Fire), the last film of the French royalty from the Claire Denis cinema. Pic stars heavyweight actors Juliette Binoche and Vincent Lindon, appearing opposite each other for the first time, in a love triangle story of a woman caught between two men – her longtime partner and her best friend, her former lover.
This is the project previously flagged as called Fluoroscopy and was quickly put into production when Denis The stars at noon, starring Robert Pattinson and Margaret Qualley, has been delayed – this film is now slated to shoot as early as April.
Fire also stars Mati Diop, Grégoire Colin, Bulle Ogier and Issa Perica in the cast. It was shot in part at Radio France’s famous headquarters, Maison de la Radio in Paris, where the daily cultural radio program Fluoroscopy broadcast since 1968.
Olivier Delbosc is producing the film for his Curiosa Films. Wild Bunch International manages sales. Eric Gautier, winner of the César and nominated for the BAFTA, made a point.