12 dec 2018 SORRY ANGEL wins Louis Delluc Prize

Christophe Honoré’s SORRY ANGEL wins France’s Louis Delluc Prize which crowns the Best French Film of the year.

“I am tremendously humbled” said the 48-year-old director after receiving the prize during a ceremony at the Fouquet’s in Paris. “The film tries to propose a certain vision of those peculiar times that were the 90s’. Times when the homosexual community went through tragic hardships, whose consequences can still be felt today” the director highlighted. “Great artists, filmmakers, writers disappeared at this time and are still missed today” he reminded, quoting writer Hervé Guibert and director Jacques Demy.

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