LARGO WINCH II
by Jérôme Salle

Propelled to the head of the W group after the death of his adoptive father, Largo Winch, to everyone’s surprise, decides to sell it in order to create an ambitious humanitarian foundation. But on the very same day, he finds himself accused of crimes against humanity by a mysterious witness. To prove his innocence, Largo will have to retrace the steps of his past life, in the heart of the Burmese jungle…




119' - 35mm - Color - Dolby SR

CAST

Tomer Sisley - Largo Winch
Sharon Stone - Diane Francken
Olivier Barthélémy - Simon Ovronnaz
Mamée Napakpapha Nakprasitte - Malunaï

SCREENPLAY

Jérôme Salle

PRODUCTION

Pan-Européenne - Nathalie Gastaldo

CO-PRODUCTION

Climax Films - Olivier Rausin
Wild Bunch Germany

DISTRIBUTION

Cinéart

Le Parisien

The story (...) accelerates in intensity and suspense. As for the cast, it borders on perfection.

Télé 7 Jours

(...) Intense action, heated, suspenseful rhythm, a sublime photo. (...) So many ingredients that place "Largo Winch II" among the solid blockbusters of adventures.

Le Figaroscope

In this second instalment, action, intrigue, pursuit in cars, sensuality and waterfalls rise a notch.

Ouest France

This second episode is more convincing than the previous one. The fresh staging of Jérôme Salle enhances the production.

Director

Jérôme SALLE

Jérôme Salle (b. 1971) is a French film director and screenwriter. He started by working as a press and fashion photographer, as well as an art director for advertisments. Yet he was irresistibly attracted by cinema and started a career as a screenwriter.

He co-wrote The Ideal Man directed by Xavier Gélin and Duplicity with Belgian director Harry Cleven.

He found his vocation in 2000 as he directed his first movie, a short fiction about an execution during WW1. In 2005 he directed Anthony Zimmer, a feature with Sophie Marceau and Yvan Attal. He was critically acclaimed and nominated for the Best First Movie at the Césars in 2006.

Three years later, he directed the movie adaptation of Jean Van Hamme’s famous comic, Largo Wich, released in december 2008 with Tomer Sisley and Kristin Scott-Thomas..

Photography