A board of directors, lots of money, a luscious redhead, a gorgeous convertible – why is none of that in your film? Because it has nothing to do with its subject. But then what about the subject? Ah, that’s the most important part – but I won’t say anything about it because it’s something you have to live, and all the rest is nothing but a movie.
After medical school, Jean-Michel Carré went to the prestigious IDHEC cinema school from 1969 to 1972. One of his first short film on Cuba for the ORTF TV channels was banned in 1968. He directs fiction films, short and long features as well as documentaries.