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La réalisatrice Laetitia Møller a suivi le groupe Astéréotypie et ses chanteurs autistes à l’énergie brute, qui seront à découvrir aux Trans musicales. © Lætitia Moller screen The director Laetitia Møller followed the Astereotypie group and its autistic singers with raw energy, which will be discovered at Trans Musicales.

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" I discovered the group at a concert at the Sonic Protest festival. There is something striking to see the autistic singers of the group on stage. They have raw energy, without posture, of great power that speaks to me. They tell their anxieties, the violence of social adaptation. There is a truth that we all feel.

The group went up with rocker educators from a Medico-educational Institute (IME) in Bourg-la-Reine (Hauts-de-Seine). But their purpose is not to do music therapy. "It is a collective whose artistic prism is central. It allows you to move the eye. We see creativity instead of talking about oddity.

Album preparation and

tour before starting to shoot, the director took two years to build a relationship with the members of the group. “In order to find the right distance. Understanding individuals makes it possible to better film. We follow Stanislas, a very political singer in his speeches. Kevin and his subversive song "Le Cachet" or Aurélien and his obsessive passion for certain words. They are guided by educator Christophe Lhuillier. "I followed them in the preparation of their second album and their tour.

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We discover the growing success of the group, which is transformed with the departure of a member and the arrival of a new artist. Since the end of the shooting, Asterotypie has released a new album entitled No guy looks like Brad Pitt in the Drôme, who met with great public and critical success.

The group went to the Human Fête, at the Cicada. He will be one of the most anticipated on December 8 at Trans Musicales de Rennes.

Wednesday, November 23, at 7 p.m., at the Montfort-sur-Meu media library; November 24, at 8 p.m., at the Le Volume cultural center in Vern-sur-Seiche; Saturday, November 26, at 5 p.m., at the Pacé media library; Wednesday, November 30, at 7 p.m., at BU Villejean Santé, in Rennes, and in several rooms in Ille-et-Vilaine, in the month of the doc. All dates on

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