This Saturday, May 27 marked the end of the 76th edition of the Cannes Film Festival. Justine Triest received the Palme d’Or for her film Anatomy of a Fall. What do we know about her and her husband, whose name is also known in the cinema world?
Justine Triet, directorshone with his film Anatomy of a fall, for which Jennifer Lawrence made her climb of the steps in flip flops. The actress and young mother had indeed caused a sensation on the red carpet with this confusing fashion choice. As for its director and winner of this 76th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, it honors the fairer sex since it becomes the third woman to win the Palme d’Or.
It was the iconic Jane Fonda who gave her the prize in person, after which the 44-year-old director took the time to thank her team as well as the members of the Jury. The latter has also made a committed speechdenouncing the policy “neo-liberal” of the government and “commodification” of the Seventh Art. No wonder since the director began her career with political documentaries. Professionally speaking, Justine Triet is thus known to all, but wants to be more discreet on a personal level.
Justine Triet and Arthur Harari: a couple with cinematographic DNA
There is no doubt that the director will share her happiness as a young winner with her husband, Arthur Harari. If this name is not unknown to you, it is quite normal. The latter is also a director and even co-wrote the dialogues of this intimate and judicial drama which features a German novelist, accused of the murder of her French husband. At 42, he has a fine CV to his credit. It was in 2015 that he was revealed with his first feature film, Black Diamond. Arthur Harari also shines As an actor : he played Sybil, Victoria And The Goldman trial.
Of course, there is the man, behind the professional. This one thus forms a couple of the most fulfilled with Justine Triest, with whom he has two children, And the chemistry of the lovers is felt both professionally and personally, since they have therefore already been brought to work together. A subject on which the couple returned to the microphone of Brut: “The question of being in a relationship does not arise when we work together, it is another part of our lives. He’s a working partner. It’s very stimulating. […] Sometimes we don’t agree, and that’s interesting, and I find it joyful to be able to work together, which doesn’t happen often in reality.”, said Justine Triet about her companion. An all-terrain bond.