Clément Froissard 'Peupleraie' by Thibault Dumoulin

Clément Froissard 'Peupleraie' by Thibault Dumoulin
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Thibault Dumoulin's intensely dramatic work for French singer-songwriter Clément Froissard offers a sometimes harrowing portrait of the loss of childhood innocence.

Froissard's daughter Jeanne plays the girl who has to deal with an unpredictable, criminally-inclined, and often aggressive father, played with utter conviction by Julien Sarazin. Ultimately, the worst abuse is directed at himself, and it's left to the daughter to pick up the pieces.

But at this point, in this desperate situation Dumoulin then fashions a slither of hope, salvation, redemption. A hard-hitting, ultimately uplifting work.


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