Asked on Europe 1 this Monday, November 4, Nicolas Bedos – the successor of Michel Hazanavicius behind the camera, was keen to reassure the fans about the result to expect on the screen : “We go to the bottom, we say not ‘Ah come on, it is necessary to offend everyone on this replica’, but it does ange not, especially not, because there for the shot, it would be a form of betrayal of the DNA of the first OSS. I worked on the adaptation with Jean-François Halin (writer, editor’s note) for months while fully respecting the absurdity, the madness, the charm of his dialogues“.
In this regard, it has already promised that the duo Jean Dujardin/Pierre Niney should be very fun to watch : “Pierre Niney and Jean are happy to watch them play together. We did readings, we try costumes, we have fun like kids“.
A film in line with the previous
Finally, Nicolas Bedos had to recall that he was not there to remove the paw from Michel Hazanavicius with his film OSS 117 : Alert red in black Africa. When asked about the casting for the position of director and his artistic ambition, he has entrusted : “I think it has been a common desire, I speak in their place, the lead actor, producer and screenwriter, Jean-François Halin, who said I could be sensitive to the humour-there. And then also to this ambition film[tographique] and aesthetic, because they are real beautiful films film OSS 117, the first two of Michel Hazanavicius.“
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