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Samba (TF1): where does the subject come from? – Cinema



While TF1 broadcasts Sambu tonight, along with Omar Sy, the return to film Erica Toledan and Olivier Nakache, director of Intouchables.

In 2014, the film was shot by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache samba, three years after the big Intouchables carton (more than 19 million entries). Rather than following the history of their hit comedy, two filmmakers here prove they are able to push the pointer a little further into the gravity register. The film talks about Samba (Omar Sy), a Senegal who lives 10 years in Paris illegally. After receiving the promise of employment, she decided to apply for a residence permit and met during her proceedings Alice (Charlotte Gainsbourg) and Man (Izia Higelin), who assisted in their administrative procedures. Alice is not insensitive to the charm of Samba, and an idyllic may appear among them … She also meets during this adventure of Wilson (Tahar Rahim), an alien who turns to be a Brazilian because he thinks he has more opportunities in France with that lie.

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if samba is full of realism, but the film Erica Toledan and Olivier Nakache is not drawn from the true story. This is actually adaptation of the novel Samba for France Delphine Coulin, released in 2011 by Seuil. When asked about TF1 at the time of the film's release, the author explained his work with directors: "We started from the book and the whole story of the book, they are the same characters, but when it was funny in the book, we kept it, and when it was too dark we tried to illuminate it a bit, especially through dialogues." Moreover, the character of Alice, whom Charlotte Gainsbourg held in the movie play, did not exist in the novel.

Tol Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache: "Samba can not be compared to untouchables"

However, if they relied on the novel for their movie, Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache long wanted to perform "These workers were seen blowing outside in kitchen aprons at the exit of the restaurant – Africans, Asians, Sri Lanka stopped for a few moments …" Before shootinguntouchables in 2010 and before publishing the book Samba for France, a scenario of about ten pages on this topic has already been written by tandem.


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