Tahar Rahim & Virginie Efira in the ‘Don Juan’ trailer – Plays in Cannes
by Alex Billington
April 29, 2022
“What is left of his loves, what is left of his good days?” MK2 and ARP Sélection have unveiled the first official trailer for Don Juan, a new French film from actor / filmmaker Serge Bozon. It premieres at the Cannes 2022 Film Festival in the Cannes Premiere section, as a focal point of the party, even though it is not in competition. Not to be confused with Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s second Don jon movies from 2013 (which are really worth watching). Tahar Rahim (a regular from Cannes) has Laurent in the lead role, who gets confused on his wedding day and subsequently embarks on a wild quest for pleasure. However, no one is lured by his song. All the while, he prepares to star in a play in which they end up casting his ex-fiancé in the role opposite him. Also contributing Virginie Efira and Alain Chamfort. It seems that Efira also plays all the other women he is trying to seduce. This looks cute! It may be worth looking at the unveiling at Cannes.
Here is the first French trailer (+ poster) for Serge Bozons Don Juandirectly from YouTube:
Tahar Rahim stars as Laurent, a stage actor who gets confused on his wedding day and embarks on a quest to seduce any woman he meets to repair his broken heart and ego. But none of them are lured by his artful charming performances, including musicals. Meanwhile, over in the theater, Laurent plays the role of Don Juan and is forced to play the lead role opposite her ex-fiancé (Efira), after she has been hired by the production to replace the outgoing lead actress. Don Juan is directed by the French actor / filmmaker Serge Bozondirector of the films Friendship, Mods, France, Tip topand Mrs. Hyde earlier. The script is written by Serge Bozon and Axelle Ropert. Produced by Philippe Martin and David Thion. This will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in 2022, playing in the “Premiere” section in the center. The film opens in France from kl May 23, 2022. No other international release dates have been set yet – stay tuned.