The counter-offensive of French cinema is taking place. After the many postponements of films, the reduction in the number of spectators and several months of inactivity, theaters must now deal with restricted schedules due to the curfew. An alarming finding, therefore, which pushed the production of Miss to anticipate its release on Wednesday, October 21. Originally scheduled for March 11, 2020, the film directed by Ruben Alves (The golden cage) had been postponed for the first time to September 23, then to October 28.
“Faced with the exceptional circumstances facing cinemas and the world of culture in general, we have decided with our partners and co-producers Warner, Chapka & Marvelous to bring forward the release of Miss by R. Alves until Wednesday October 21, that is to say in 3 days! “, explained producer Hugo Gélin via his Twitter account.
Miss tells the story of Alex, a young boy who dreams of becoming Miss France. Fifteen years go by. After the death of his parents, the man played by Alexandre Wetter fortuitously returns to his old ambition and decides to hide his gender in order to participate in the competition. Problems of size and size and fierce competition, despite adversity, Hugo will try to go to the end. In the cast, we find among others Isabelle Nanty, Pascale Arbillot, Thibault de Montalembert or Stéfi Celma.