The extraordinary, offbeat judge Anne Gruwez takes us behind the scenes of real life criminal investigations. For three years the satirical team behind the cult TV series Strip-Tease captured what no one had dared film before. Unapologetic and politically incorrect. You won't believe your eyes. It's not cinema: it's worse!
Flagey, Brussels International Film Festival
Yves Hinant was born in 1968 in Liège. Graduated in journalism from the Université Libre de Bruxelles, he was a sports journalist at the RTBF for two years. He then joined the Strip Tease team in 1984, which is a documentary series produced and directed by Jean Libon and Marco Lamensch. He directed around 30 films and many documentaries for the programme Tout ça ne nous rendra pas le Congo.
Jean Libon was born in 1946 in Antheit in Belgium. He graduated from the Arts and Diffusion Institute (IAD - Brussels) in the "image" section in 1970. He then worked until 1976 on the documentary series Faits Divers. From 1977 to 1985, he became image reporter for the magazine A Suivre. He then traveled the world and received numerous prizes including one for Faut pas plonger (in which he follows, along with Marco Lamensch, a drug addict couple for 18 months) and Les Russes attaquent à l'aube (which follow day to day a Belgium station in Germany). In 1985, he creates with Marco Lamensch a documentary series Strip Tease, which will be broadcasted for nearly 20 years on France 3 and on the RTBF.