QUAND SISYPHE SE RÉVOLTE - INTRODUCTION BY ABRAHAM SÉGAL / Institut français du Royaume-Uni

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Traveling through France, Algeria and Greece, young philosopher Marion Richez explores the Camus ‘myth’ with interviews of intelectual figures such as Edgar Morin and Robert Badinter or Camus’s own daughter Catherine. This documentary highlights how essential Camus’s thinking was, and how it can still reflect on the major questions of our society.
Abraham Segal is a director and writer, known for The Mystery of Paul (2000), Hors les murs II: Projet ou aventure? (1985) and Quand Sisyphe se révolte (2013).

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