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Thursday 25 December 2014

Tautou, Gondry to reunite for film

Audrey Tautou and Michel Gondry are reuniting for another film
Audrey Tautou and Michel Gondry are reuniting for another film

Audrey Tautou is teaming up with director Michel Gondry on another film.

The French actress recently starred in Gondry's Cesar-winning film Mood Indigo, and has now signed up for his next movie, reported Nerdist.

French filmmaker Michel said of working with Audrey: "Her acting is just great, she gives one hundred per cent. She's always natural. We really liked working with each other."

He said their new film together is "a sort of coming-of-age movie with two teenagers who are outcasts, and you see them sort of struggling with the rest of the class at school".

"They eventually build a car, and they go and cross France with their special car that they've built. But they've built the car in the shape of a house so the cops cannot arrest them," he said.

"They are not of an age to drive, so when the cops drive by, they stop the car and it looks like a house. So they have many funny adventures.

"It's quite imaginative, but it's gonna be shot in a very realistic manner."

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