Axelle Ropert

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Miss and the doctors

Boris and Dimitri are brothers. They are both doctors in the 13th district of Paris and always work together. They devote all their time to their patients. One day, they start looking after a diabetic child raised by her single mother, Judith. They both (...)


He can make an amazing speech on American soul music to astounded school kids, meddle in the private life of his fellow citizens or even make his 18-year-old daughter swear that never, ever, will she leave the family home. This man’s name is Simon (...)


Born in 1972, Axelle Ropert began her carrer as a film critic (La Lettre du cinéma, Les Inrockuptibles), the best way according to her to introduce herself to actors and directing. She has also written all of the films by Serge Bozon (Mods, La France, Tip top). In 2004, she directed a medium-length film, Etoile violette, starring Lou Castel, followed by her first feature-film in 2008, La Famille Wolberg, starring François Damiens and Valérie Benguigui. Four years later, in late 2012, she directed her second feature-film, Miss and the doctors.