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ABOUT THE FILM “Demain tout commence”
The life of Samuel (Omar si) was easy, carefree and full of fleeting passions. But that all changed the moment one of his many former gave him the infant. The protagonist decides that this problem he obviously can not handle, and goes in search of the mother of the baby Gloria. All this will result in a series of events that will forever change the life of Samuel
Director Hugo Zhelen, despite his relatively short career, has already established himself as a master of French Comedy. His films “brothers” and “Golden cage” (In this film Zhelen made only as writer) gave its viewers a lot of happy moments, but there was in them something piercingly sad. In the movie “Demain tout commence” the Director doesn’t change itself, giving us a strange mixture of funny and tragic moments that are intertwined in an amazing pattern of the films.
The second feature film directed by Hugo Jelena. The first was “Like brothers” (2012). Also, the Director scored three short works.
The film “Demain tout commence” is a French adaptation of the film “Instructions not included”.
Shooting of the movie took place in autumn 2015 in London.
Original title – Demain tout commence (“it starts tomorrow”). In the Russian hire the film was released under the name “Demain tout commence”, referring to the star for Omar si film “1+1” (2011).
To joint work on the film “Demain tout commence” Omar Sy and Carl Farrer played together in the movie “Chef Adam Jones” (2015).
In the story the hero Omar si – irresponsible playboy who turns into a caring and loving father. In real life the actor has five children.
Director: Hugo Zhelen
Starring: Omar Sy, Clemence Poezi, Antoine Bertrand, Gloria Colston, Susan Fordham

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