Luc Besson is one of the most controversial figures in French cinema. Glossy, violent thrillers like the Taxi, Transporter or Taken franchises, have made him a global success. He set up the Europacorp studio and built the Cité du Cinéma film-making complex in Saint-Denis.
Yet he is hated by many of his countrymen who feel his films are too commercial. In this exclusive film, he talks openly to our cameras about his work as a director and producer and lets us into his world.
Selected for the 2015 Cannes Film Festival and made by his friend of 30 years, photographer Richard Melloul reflects on the life of one of the most controversial and well known French actors in the world.More info