Stripping on France 2: what is the value of the revenge porn TV movie with Julie de Bona and Julien Boisselier? – Movie News

France 2 broadcasts this afternoon the unit “Laying bare”, inspired by the true story of a woman victim of revenge porn for four years. A forceful drama that highlights the damage of this violation of privacy, played brilliantly by Julie de Bona.

What is that talking about?

Does Sophie take the wrong target when she shoots the bookcase? A bookseller loved by the whole neighborhood? She accuses him of having used her nights of love as her weapon to destroy her by exposing her on the Internet as a pornographic object.

His trial will bring to light the ordeal of an ordinary young woman victim of cybercrime, and the devastation of her children, her family, even her job… But in the absence of evidence, will we believe her?

Wednesday, March 30 at 9:10 p.m. on France 2

With whom?

To embody Sophie Parlier, this mother victim of revenge porn by a man she fell in love with and had a brief affair with, the director didier bivel (Emma Bouvary, do not leave Me) has set its sights on Julie from Goodthat needs no further introduction since the success of eliza’s secretfrom charity bazaaror lake killer.

In front of her is Julien Boisselier (little girl, friends first) that portrays Vincent Marsac, the bookseller who makes the heroine live a real ordeal. whileEdward Montoute (Cab, COURT), Samy Gharby (tomorrow belongs to us), natalia doncheva (Unfaithful, i lied), Sofia Cattani (in therapy), or Evelyne El Garby Klaï (Here it all begins) complete the distribution of Naked.


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Is it worth taking a look?

A woman in her thirties enters a bookstore, suddenly brandishes a gun and points it at the bookseller, between rage and desperation. Two years later, Sophie Parlier is in the dock, facing the bookseller in question, Vincent Marsac, now in a wheelchair. But, despite appearances, the executioner is not who you think.

Written by Barbara Grinberg and Helen Cohen, Mise à nu, which is inspired by the true story of Sophia D., a victim of revenge porn for several years, recounts the ordeal of Sophie, a mother who sees her life destroyed the day Marsac, her new partner, publishes intimate videos of their sexual encounters on social networks. Simply to make him pay for the rejection she suffered, because Sophie wasn’t ready to let him fully into her life and take responsibility for her story.

From the first minutes, Didier Bivel’s TV film captivates us with its ability to transcribe the helplessness of the heroine and the descent into hell in which little by little she will be plunged despite herself. Important and necessary, Mise à nu shows how destructive cyberbullying can be, both in private and professional life.


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While trying to redeem her dignity with her loved ones after this “violation of privacy” she suffered, Sophie also embarks on a long legal battle, within a system still unaccustomed to this type of complicated case, in which the culprits they are not easy to unmask.

Well put together, the France 2 telefilm effectively manages to alert and raise awareness about the dangers of intimate videos or the exchange of images on networks or by telephone. But also of the importance, for the victims, of not isolating themselves and of daring to speak out. Because there is obviously no shame in having been the victim of an act of cybercrime like revenge porn.

A forceful message for a forceful television film that should not be missed and that owes a lot to the impeccable performance of Julie de Bona, once again excellent, who demonstrates, after stolen service, Plan BWhere I like to lie, recently aired on TF1 and M6, which is just as comfortable in pure drama as it is in comedy. And that disturbing social problems feel like a glove.


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Around him, the rest of the cast is in tune, from Julien Boisselier, chilling as an unsuspecting stalker bookseller, to Samy Gharbi, the protagonist of Tomorrow Belongs to Us who confirms all the good things we think of him as Sofia’s lawyer. Going through the young Julien de Saint Jeana true revelation from the TV movie, showing great precision in the role of Benji, the eldest son of the heroine.

It is therefore not surprising that Julie de Bona and Julien Boisselier left the last Festival de Luchon with the acting prize awarded jointly for their scores in Mise à nu, which will be broadcast tonight on France 2 and will be followed by the documentary unpublished Infrared “Ennemi intimate”, also dedicated to revenge porn (or “pornodisclosure”).

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