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Lisa Azuelos

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Liza Azuelos, the woman in all her states. With My baby, her seventh film, director Lisa Azuelos explores a new facet of the subject she knows best: the lives of women today. It must be said that it has successfully probed this theme since its inception. His second film, Comme t'y es belle brings together four friends in a beauty salon and nearly a million spectators. Three years later, LOL, the generational comedy which reveals Christa Theret, in the role of the daughter of Sophie Marceau, explodes the box office by exceeding 3 million admissions and will give rise to an American remake that Lisa Azuelos will carry out herself. 

After the romantic comedy, One rencontre, Lisa Azuelos gives proof of her commitment by signing a chilling short film on the forced marriage of very young girls, 14 million cries, then by creating an association, a blog and by devoting a book to fight against gynophobia.

Dalida, the biopic she produces on the singer, marks her successful return to the cinema. With My baby, Lisa Azuelos once again confirms her talent as a screenwriter with efficient allocations and the keenness of her gaze on the subjects which most closely concern women today, in their multiple roles and which no one except her deals with. At the movie theater. This time, she tackles the empty nest syndrome, that is to say the difficulty that an active mother, divorced and very invested with her children feels when the little one leaves, interpreted by his own daughter, Thaïs Allesandrin.

In 2019, she presents her film My baby preview at the Morny cinema in Deauville on the occasion of Normandes en Tête.

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