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Simply Black + Q&A

Tout simplement noir
Directed byJean-Pascal Zadi, John Wax

Simply Black + Q&A

Tout simplement noir
Directed byJean-Pascal Zadi, John Wax
  • ORIGINAL LANGUAGE FR
  • SUBTITLES EN
  • Duration 90
  • Prices 6.00 €

Introducing

A politically incorrect comedy, about the role of black people in French society, followed by a Q&A with the director, actor, screenwriter Jean-Pascal Zadi, César Award for Most Promising Actor.

Synopsis

JP, a 40-year-old failed actor, decides to organize the first big black protest march in France, but his often burlesque encounters make him oscillate between the desire to be in the limelight and true militant commitment.

Introducing

A politically incorrect comedy, about the role of black people in French society, followed by a Q&A with the director, actor, screenwriter Jean-Pascal Zadi, César Award for Most Promising Actor.

Synopsis

JP, a 40-year-old failed actor, decides to organize the first big black protest march in France, but his often burlesque encounters make him oscillate between the desire to be in the limelight and true militant commitment.

Additional information

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Guest(s)

By Jean-Pascal Zadi

Jean-Pascal Zadi, born on 22 August 1980 in Bondy (Seine-Saint-Denis), is a French director, actor and rapper. He started out as a musician with the group La Cellule, from Caen. He then started directing in 2005 with a documentary entitled Des halls aux bacs on independent French rap. He then directed three self-produced films between 2008 and 2011: Cramé in 2008, African Gangster in 2010 and Sans pudeur ni morale in 2011. Released in 2020, the comedy Tout simplement noir won him the César for best male hopeful.