The provocative French film Our Paradise presents the story of an older male prostitute blessed with incredible street sense. He finds an unconscious man and takes him home to care for him. As lovers and partners in crime, the two men become prostitutes and thieves.
This French film focuses on the aftermath of a mother’s death and the life of the family after her tragic demise. Released in 2004, Three Dancing Slaves (Le clan) stars Nicolas Cazalé, Stéphane Rideau and Salim Kechiouche. It was co-written by Christophe Honoré and Gaël Morel and it was directed by the latter.
Released in 1998, this French satire film stars Évelyne Dandry, François Marthouret and Stéphane Rideau. Sitcom was written and directed by François Ozon. The surrealistic motion picture is centred on the trials and tribulations of an upper-class family living in a quiet suburb, whose entire dynamic shifts irreversibly when they purchase a small white rat.
This French drama film was released in 1996 and follows the lives of four children, including a young writer and a gay Algerian who mourns the loss of his partner. Full Speed (À toute vitesse) was directed and co-written by Gaël Morel and stars Pascal Cervo, Élodie Bouchez, Meziane Bardadi and Stéphane Rideau.
Wild Reeds was directed by Andre Techine and written by him in conjunction with Olivier Massart and Gilles Taurand. Released in 1994, the film won a number of wards including Cesar Awards, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards and National Society of Film Critics Awards USA, to name a few. The film starred Elodie Bouchez, Gael Morel and Stephane Rideau.