Jean Dujardin in Cannes: his wife Nathalie Péchalat in transparency to support him

It is undoubtedly one of the event films of the year. One year after the release of North ferry who triumphed at the last edition of the Cannes Film Festival, Cedric Jimenez is back in force on the Croisette with November. This is a new detective film around the attacks of November 13, 2015. Jean Dujardin and Sandrine Kiberlain in the main roles lead the five-day investigation that kept all of France in suspense at the time, at the search for jihadist commandos who killed 130 and injured 350 in Paris and the suburbs, near the Stade de France, on terraces in the capital and in the Bataclan performance hall.

The first screening of the film therefore took place in Cannes on Sunday evening, where it was out of competition, preceded by the rise of the steps of the cast. Indeed, Cédric Jimenez surrounded himself with his actors and actresses in front of the photographers. The director was particularly shown to be very complicit with Jean Dujardin, with whom he had already shot The French in 2014. Sandrine Kiberlain made the show in an elegant navy blue jumpsuit alongside Anaïs Demoustier, superb in a flashy black dress. Also present were: Mathias Rubin, Lyna Khoudri, Sarah Afchain, Sofian Khammes, Stéphane Bak, Sami Outalbali, Raphaël Quenard, Olivier Demangel and Hugo Sélignac. According to an official press release, at the end of the screening, the film crew was applauded for a very long timeby a standing audience.

Among this audience was Nathalie Péchalat. Jean Dujardin’s wife was indeed present to support her half. The former professional skater had no trouble posing alone in front of the photographers while the father of her daughter Jeanne was with her film comrades. And she caused a sensation! Indeed, Nathalie Péchalat appeared in a long transparent black dress, which revealed her beautiful legs and even her chest. Stunning!

Note that another feature film expected at Cannes is dedicated to the tragedy of November 13, 2015: See Paris againby Alice Winocour with Virginie Efira and Benoît Magimel, who adopts the point of view of the survivors.

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