You will not have my hatred , written by Antoine Leiris after the terrorist attack at the Bataclan, in which he lost his wife Helen, will be adapted on the big screen. The british magazine devoted to the film Screen International reports that the berlin-based company Komplizen Film (originally the film Toni Erdmann ) will co-produce the film with the French company independent Top and Short.
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If the cast remains secret, we know that Kilian Riedhof will be the director and Marc Blöbaum, Jan Braren and Stephanie Kalfon will be the writers.
A letter that became a book then a play
In his text, Antoine Leiris calls the jihadists who have been 138 victims of”dead souls”. The young widower said: “of course I am devastated by the grief, I give you this small victory, but it will be short-lived. I know that she will always be with us each day and we will be in this paradise of the souls free that you will never have access.”
A message that is poignant, which was published in expanded version in book-form in 2016, published by Fayard. Subsequently, his ticket had been played at the theater in 2017, driven by Raphael Personnaz. Benjamin Guillard, who signed the staging (and already at work in the brilliant spectacle of Emmanuel Noblet, to Repair the living ), had explained that he wanted to avoid the spectacular, to “put in a voice and space in this precious testimony, with modesty, delicacy, and generosity”. Recently, it was France 2 that addressed the tragedy, releasing a telefilm devoted to this subject, That night and the days after .