The director of “Napoleon” responded to criticism of the film by the French

The director of the historical film “Napoleon” Ridley Scott responded to criticism of the film by the French. His words lead BBC News.

It is noted that a number of French publications published reviews in which critics spoke negatively about the film. “The French don’t even like themselves. The audience I showed the film to in Paris liked everything,” said the filmmaker, answering a journalist’s question about what he thought about these reviews.

Previously, American actor Joaquin Phoenix explained decision to play the lead role in Napoleon. “I had such an incredible experience working with Ridley on Gladiator, I was so young. This was my first big project. I was really hungry to have that exciting experience or something like that again,” he said.

Previously online came out first trailer for the film “Napoleon”. The main roles in the film were played by Joaquin Phoenix, Vanessa Kirby and Tahar Rahim. The film will tell about the rise to fame and power of the French officer Napoleon Bonaparte.

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