Juliette Tresanini (Tomorrow belongs to us) soon in a science fiction series?

In parallel with “Tomorrow belongs to us”, Juliette Tresanini (Sandrine) is currently shooting “Dark Cell”, a new sci-fi fiction destined to become a series. Discover the pitch and the first photos of this pilot written by Jean-Michel Tari.

The first photos from the shooting of dark cell

1. The first photos from the shooting of Dark Cell
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Universe change for Juliette Tresanini. The actress, who plays Sandrine Lazzari in Tomorrow belongs to us since the very first episode aired in July 2017, is currently devoting himself to a radically different new project alongside the successful daily TF1 soap opera. Indeed, for a few days now, Juliette Tresanini has been shooting Dark Cell, a 26-minute science fiction series pilot written and directed by Jean-Michel Tari, to whom we owe the short film The 3rd Way.

Dark Cell, whose crazy pitch visibly oscillates between suspense and action, takes us straight into space, within an orbital prison, where two inmates see distraught guards come to find refuge in their cell. Wounded, the two guards want to eject the cell towards Earth to save their lives because the facility has just been invaded by bloodthirsty zombie-like creatures. Unfortunately for them, the computer refuses because the oxygen reserves of the cell are only intended for two people. A major unforeseen event that will force them to choose the survivors, while time is running out …

Juliette Tresanini lends her features to Carla, one of the two guardians of history, while Alain Figlarz, Jonathan Pineau-Bonetti, Eric Debrosse, and Pol White complete the cast of this futuristic pilot who has the merit of venturing into a genre – SF – still too little widespread in France. According to our information, this first episode will soon be available on Juliette Tresanini’s Youtube channel. And if a broadcaster were to show interest in the pilot, then Dark Celle would be doomed to become a series. With this new project, the interpreter of Sandrine in Demain belongs to us, which has made a name for itself on the internet thanks to the programs Good Monique, Le Latte chaud, Martin, weaker sex, or even Let’s talk little, but let’s talk, in any case continues to diversify the universes and formats that she explores. But don’t panic for fans of Tomorrow belongs to us, Juliette Tresanini does not abandon Sète for all that and, after the conclusion of the Lazzari-Guého arch recently, Sandrine will soon be back on the screen, on the occasion of sequences which she will share in particular with Xavier Meffre (Charles Lelaure), the new prosecutor of Sète.

The teaser for La Cicatrice, a new short film worn by Juliette Tresanini, available today at 6 p.m. on Youtube:

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