Lucas Bernard

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Captain Beffrois is about to retire from the police. He has mixed feelings about retirement. The theft of a painting captures his attention. Is it because of the elegance and daring of the crime or the beauty of the stolen object? Beffrois goes after a very (...)


Trained in the image industry, Lucas Bernard worked as an assistant operator with Coline Serreau or Tonie Marshall, and as a cinematographer with René Féret. He also collaborated on several scripts and wrote a novel (Les Lacets rouges, published in Seuil). In 2014, he went on to direct a short film, La place du mort. A clever crook is his first feature film.