“United, vulnerable and feminist. Here is the model of men who will be represented in Sarah-Maude Beauchesne’s new television project. Titled Bellefleur, the series will be available in 2024, Crave announced on Wednesday.
The story that the author and screenwriter behind Cœur de slush and Fourchette co-signs with her lover Nicola Morel follows a newly separated man. Deprived of his role as stepfather, he finds refuge in his native village where he reconnects with high school friends.
“The older I get, the more I realize that without new, realistic, wholesome, inspiring role models for men, our stories cannot evolve in an effective and supportive way,” Sarah-Maude Beauchesne wrote in an Instagram post. .
Produced by Trio Orange and directed by Jeanne Leblanc, Bellefleur promotes positive masculinity, Crave points out on social media.