Entertainment News | Rupert Everett plays John Malkovich and Kit Clarke for “Lost and Found in Paris”


Washington [US], October 25 (ANI): Actor and filmmaker Rupert Everett is set to direct “Lost and Found in Paris”, a film based on his own personal experiences.

According to Variety, Kit Clarke will play Everett’s youngest, an unruly teenager sent by his exasperated parents to live with a Parisian socialite family to learn French and grow up.

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Written by Everett, this will be his second film as a writer / director after “The Happy Prince”. The cast also includes John Malkovich, Kristin Scott Thomas as well as Everett himself in a supporting role.

The film will follow Rupert (Clarke), a seventeen-year-old art student in Paris in 1977 who is wowed into the hedonistic world of rival fashion designers Gary Saint Lazare (Everett) and Wim Waldemar (Malkovich) in the final days of the disco. .

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Rupert has a sexual arousal and experiences a dark first love. It wasn’t until after the tragedy that he realized that some loyalties didn’t last forever.

The film will feature a soundtrack filled with some of the greatest hits of the disco and punk era.

Speaking about his next project, Everett said: “’Lost and Found in Paris’ is a film about the roller coaster of life, the exuberance and glamor of youth, seen through the prism of a life well lived. . I went to Paris for an exchange trip. In 1977. I had to learn French. Instead, I discovered fashion, disco, drugs, rental companies and finally – on the edge of the abyss – me -same.

The film will be produced by Jeremy Thomas at Recorded Picture Company and will go into production in Spring 2022. HanWay Films manages global sales and distribution and will begin sales at the American Film Market.

The film’s presentation at AFM is supported by funds allocated by the UK Global Screen Fund, a Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport fund administered by the BFI, according to Variety. (ANI)

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