With In therapy, adaptation of the Israeli series BeTipul, Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano make their first foray into the series. Above all, the filmmakers signed the first French fiction to directly evoke the Islamist attacks which bloodied Paris and Saint-Denis in November 2013. In the office of psychoanalyst Philippe Dayan (Frédéric Pierrot) parade an agent of the BRI (Research and Research Brigade) ‘Intervention) intervened at Bataclan (Reda Kateb), a surgeon at Saint-Antoine hospital (Mélanie Thierry), a couple in crisis (Clémence Poésy and Pio Marmaï) or a teenager with suicidal tendencies. Before the broadcast of the 35 episodes in early 2021 on Arte and Arte.tv, interview with Éric Toledano on an extraordinary project.
LE FIGARO.- What came first: the desire to deal with the attacks of November 13 or to adapt the series In therapy ?
Eric TOLEDANO.- In the timeline, our interest in the Israeli series BeTipul goes back a long way. She already has some