Oscar-nominated Isabelle Huppert (Elle, The Piano Teacher, 8 Women) in a dual, electrifying role in the most surprising black comedy you'll see this year. Madame Géquil is a sensitive, withdrawn physics teacher who fights to be accept by students and understood by the principal, played by Romain Duris (The Beat That My Heart Skipped, Heartbreaker). But in the wake of an unexpected accident in Madame Géquil's office, nothing will ever be the same again-the dangerous Madame Hyde will soon have an impact on the entire school. Serge Bozon's Madame Hyde is a film noir combined with a comedy of errors, a creative take on the story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, as well as a witty reference to John N. Smith's Dangerous Minds. A story about educational challenges in a multicultural society in which one face is not enough. Isabelle Huppert won the Best Actress Award at the Locarno International Film Festival for her role in Madame Hyde.
Locarno IFF 2017 - Best Actress (Isabelle Huppert)
Serge Bozon (born 1972) has directed films (Mods, La France), written on cinema and acted in the films of Jean-Claude Guiguet, Jean Paul Civeyrac, Sandrine Rinaldi, Pierre Léon, Axelle Ropert, Jean-Charles Fitoussi, Judith Cahen, among others. His La France received Prix Jean Vigo in 2007.
2007 La France
2013 Tip Top
2017 Pani Hyde / Madame Hyde / Mrs. Hyde