The trailer for the documentary film Salam, dedicated to Diam, which was presented at a special session in Cannes, has just been released.
A documentary dedicated to the rapper, presented at the special session of the 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday, May 26, Salam, will be revealed through a very sober trailer.
Written by Diam’s and Houda Benyamina (the Deities), who are making the film with Anna Cisse, Salam recalls the career of a translator. Dumpling. The latter entrusts for the first time in front of the camera glory, psychiatry, the search for meaning and its conversion to Islam. He will lead us in the footsteps of Diamond and reveal the secrets of its history in this intimate and modest story.
In this way, Salam shows the difficulties of existence in the eyes of others, society, and discusses the issue of mental health of the great French artist and the delicate choice to change his life. From Mauritius to Mali, from Paris to Tanzania, on this journey Melanie Diam returns to the places that marked her life.
In the video, the singer stands alone in front of an empty room on stage and talks about his discomfort, the “meaningless” life that was in the spotlight, and talks about suicidal thoughts.
The film, produced by Brutus, will be released on the platform from the beginning of the school year, and will be shown in cinemas for 2 days, from July 1 for a limited time.