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Published on Sep 2, 2012

Extract from APRÈS MAI [SOMETHING IN THE AIR] OLIVER ASSAYAS, 2012

69th Venice International Film Festival - in competition

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Director's Statement
I don't really believe in autobiography at the cinema. One always writes about recent and distant memories that are more or less distorted and more or less idealised. This is particularly the case when talking about adolescence, an age when our strongest images are etched almost unbeknownst to us. Instead I believe in youth as a source of inspiration, as an intimate truth that we should constantly measure ourselves against. I grew up during the 1970s. I didn't choose them and I am returning to them. This violent, confused and contradictory period, overshadowed by the events of May 1968, continues to be the object of misunderstandings. I experienced those years and I am their worst witness, my face to the ground, a tributary of an irreparably falsified perspective. But perhaps that is not the worst point of view for understanding the chaos of those years...

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