“See you up There” by Albert Dupontel

This film is about war, misfortune and monumental scam, but what I am really curious to see it the use of masks. One of the main characters will be injured during WWI, he loses his jaw and becomes a  “gueule cassée” (broken face in French, it is a term specific to refer to the injured of WWI who lost a part of their face). During the movie, he creates different masks to hid his injury but also to adapt to different situations/events.

I can’t wait to see the movie! 🙂


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