In this mockumentary “director” Maria de Medeiros pays homage to one of her favorite actresses, Micheline Presle, a star of 1930s cinema.< br />The interview becomes a thriller, however, as twenty or so internationally acclaimed actors and directors from throughout Europe fuel an international intrigue around a mysterious film that vanished.

FRÉDÉRIC SOJCHER (Brussels, 1967)
He made 10 short films, including Requiem pour un fumeur (1985), with Serge Gainsbourg and Bernard Lavillers, and Vroum Vroum (1995), with Annie Cordy and Michaël Lonsdale, a feature, Regarde-moi (2001), and a documentary, Cinéastes à tout prix – Born to film (2004). He is senior lecturer in practical cinematography at the Sorbonne.
He wrote and edited several books on Belgian and European cinema. He is currently president of the Film Directors Association in French-speaking Belgium.

I want the viewer not to know what is fact and what is fiction, and to enjoy being caught up in the mystery, like in a paper chase. My dream as a filmmaker is to make films that speak to as many people as possible. You don’t necessarily have to be a film enthusiast to become involved in the mystery. But you have to be prepared to “play along” with the film, not to be a passive spectator. To take pleasure in asking yourself questions. To be curious. (Frédéric Sojcher)

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