Amazon Prime Video will stream Diam’s documentary

“Salam” has found a broadcaster. Diam’s revealed, this Friday on her social networks, that the documentary, produced by Brut and in which she confides in particular on her conversion to Islam, will be available from Friday November 18 on Amazon Prime Video. So far, the film had been released in dribs and drabs, first in preview at the Cannes Film Festival at the end of May then two short days in theaters at the beginning of July for the pleasure of 90,096 spectators.

After 10 years of silence, Mélanie Diam’s returns through a powerful and moving documentary film, where she tells her story with an open heart. For the first time facing the camera, she confides in fame, psychiatry, the quest for meaning and her conversion to Islam. She takes us in the footsteps of Diam’s and reveals in this intimate and modest story the secrets of her story, is it written in the synopsis.

“Salam” thus shows the difficulties of existing in the eyes of others, of the public, and addresses the issue of mental health in a great French artist and the delicate choice to change her life. From Mauritius to Mali, from Paris to Tanzania, through these trips Mélanie Diam’s returns to the places that have marked her life.

Today, I see glory a bit like drunkenness: something super strong that filled me up all of a sudden, and then it was very hard to come down. Like a vicious circle, because we always want more. I wish it wouldn’t…

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