Les Tontons flingueurs, Le Cave rebels … the secrets of films “which are not without nobility”

DECRYPTION – The literary historian, Franck Lhomeau has written two books dedicated to Michel Audiard, published by Joseph K. and Actes Sud, which focus in particular on the work of adapting the trilogy of Grisbi by Albert Simonin.

Grisbi and aslutfrom a good family, colorful dreams, a Raphaelian hand, a small jail in Biên Hoa with its red shutters, a less rickety cellar than one imagines… Michel Audiard’s metaphors, once considered coarse by critics, are analyzed today at the Sorbonne, and even, through the intermediary of the immortal Jean-Luc Marion, skilfully distilled in a reception speech at the French Academy.

Rehabilitated by posterity, the Audiard method had to have its exegete. After having unearthed the first papers of novice journalists of the little cyclist during the Second World War, Franck Lhomeau has just released two works in quick succession (Michel Audiard-Albert Simonin at Actes Sud and The Tontons gunslingers to Editions Joseph K.) who scan the work of adaptation and scripting made from the thrillers very Série Noire, (Max the Liar Trilogy), written by Albert Simonin.

For Le FigaroFranck Lhomeau returns…

This article is for subscribers only. You have 88% left to discover.

Cultivating your freedom is cultivating your curiosity.

Keep reading your article for 1€ the first month

Already subscribed? Login


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *