Netflix is going to Release a French Biographical Drama ‘Madame Claude’ in April 2021

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Netflix has going to launch a new biographical drama film. It is the first movie in the last 40 years that will be going to focus on the life of famous French brothel-keeper Madame Claude. Madame Claude is the next upcoming French biographical Netflix Original drama that is directed by Sylvie Verheyde and the story is completely based on the life of Madame Claude who is a very famous French brother keeper. Many films were made about Madame Claude but it was in the late 70s and early 80s. this time this about 40 years later for the next adaptation.

French Biographical-Drama 'Madame Claude' is Coming to Netflix in April  2021 - What's on Netflix

Based on the release, Madame Claude has going to be the first French Original film on Netflix in 2021.

Release date:

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It is confirmed that Madame Claude will be available to stream on Netflix on Friday, 2nd April 2021.

French Biographical-Drama 'Madame Claude' is Coming to Netflix in April  2021 - What's on Netflix

Plot:

Madame Claude is the owner of a flourishing brothel in the year 1960 in Paris. He also had hold the power and influence over the world of French criminal and political worlds. The empire she has to build up is threatened by an affluent teenage woman who engaged her ranks.

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Cast:

This film is going to featuring with and also the confirmed casts are Karole Rocher, Roschdy Zem, Garance Marillier, Pierre Deladonchamps, Annabelle Belmondo, Hafsia Herzi, Josephine de La Baume, Mylene Jampanoi, Lucile Jaillant, Liah O’ Prey, Paul Hamy, Lorenzo Harani, Aleksandra Yermak, Mathilde Moigno, Lea Rostain.

Place:

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It had confirmed that the principal photography started in early May 2019 and also the shooting had finished after seven weeks on 25th June 2019. The shooting had taken place in Paris and also various locations along lle-de-France, and finished at the French city.

French Biographical-Drama 'Madame Claude' is Coming to Netflix in April  2021 - What's on Netflix

Madame Claude Details:

The real name of Madame Claude is Fernande Grudet who was one of the most efficient, powerful, and brothel keepers of Paris, France in the early 1960s. She also had built up strong prostitution networks in Paris. She had become a very known face from powerful political figures to celebrities and also along with the members of a mafia gang. The clients that she had attended were most of the Shah of Iran, John F. Kennedy, and the former head of Fiat, Gianna Agnelli.

After very strong protection due to an informant of police, her empire began to destroy around her and after dismantling by a French judge Jean Louis Bruguiere about all her empire that she had built had started to collapse. She had pursued 11 million francs of unpaid tax, but at last Madame Claude had able to flee to Los Angeles. After few years she also had returned to France and was sentenced to four months in a small jail. But she did not change a little bit after releasing from jail she had started again to set up a new ring of prostitution but was caught and sentenced to prison in Fleury-Merogis.

Madame had passed away in Nice on 19th December 2015 at the age of 92.

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