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A lot of people we pitch “Daddy and Mommy” to have asked us if we were inspired by “The War of the Roses” but that’s not the case.
In fact most of the time, we can think of movies that may not share similarities in terms of plot or concept but interest us because of the way they’re structured, written or paced. ” we thought about “The Social Network” because it manages to be captivating by being almost entirely dialogue-centric.
We thought it was funny to show parents acting like kids and becoming irrational and teenagers being overly conservatives with respect to their parents!
How difficult was it to portray the parents who are trying to get rid of their kids as likable enough for us to empathize with them?
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: “Daddy or Mommy” shows two parents who are divorcing and playing the worst tricks on their kids to not get custody — it’s one of the most subversive comedies I’ve seen. Alexandre de la Patelliere: “Daddy or Mommy” may not be as consensual as “What’s in The Name? Our children, who are teenagers, could be credited as co-screenwriters because they gave us great feedback throughout the writing process.
Delaporte: So for now we’re looking to continue writing and making French films that can translate without trying too hard to make them international-driven! Delaporte: We’re working on our next film with our regular partners, Dimitri Rassam and Pathe but we can’t say anything more for now!
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De la Patelliere: We like different kinds of comedies and it was important for us to explore various ranges; so the film starts out as a fairly traditional social comedy that describes a classic situation – a divorce — with realism, and it gradually evolves into a nearly-burlesque comedy which culminates with a crazy scene. It’s mostly inspired by situations and people we’ve met or heard of. And when we started writing we already had Marina Fois and Laurent Lafitte on board so we wrote with them in mind. De la Patelliere: We’ve had a lot of proposals on “Daddy or Mommy” and “What’s in the Name?Delaporte: Like our characters, men and women of our generation often struggle to fulfill the high expectations that society imposes for each gender: Women have to lead a successful career, take care of the children without forgetting to be loving, attractive wives while men have to be exemplary fathers, good husbands, manly and strong yet sensitive.The sex revolution still has to be assimilated for many!Delaporte: Marina and Laurent are old friends who have known each others for 18 years and have the same sense of humor so it was fun to write for them and see them act together. (“Le Prenom”).” The Italian remake of “What’s In The Name,” “Il Nome Del Figlio” was co-written by Francesco Piccolo who notably wrote “Habemus Papam” and will come out soon in Italy. Delaporte: Our play “Le Prenom,” which served as a basis for the movie, has traveled worldwide even though at first glance it looks so typically French that no one would expect it to translate well abroad.That has taught us a lesson: sometimes the most intimate, seemingly culturally-specific stories can find an echo with people in different countries.
Matthieu Delaporte: We wanted to depict characters and situations that are credible, that parents or kids can relate to.