“Toutes les princesses meurent après minuit” (focus on LGBT and romantic relationships) with Quentin Zuttion (illustrator and writer)

Toutes les princesses meurent après minuit

10/10 - 16:00 - 16:45: - Le Lombard – target audience: 12 years old and over - moderator: Olivier van Vaerenbergh – discussion in French

Discover the work of Quentin Zuttion during a discussion about his latest album "Toutes les princesses meurent après minuit" published by Editions du Lombard. 


Summary of the album: 

It's the morning of 31 August 1997, and in a suburban bungalow, a mother is ironing the laundry when the television tells her the news: Lady Diana Spencer died last night.  

At the same time, in the bathroom, Lulu, her 8-year-old son, is smearing on some lipstick and imagining himself kissing the boy next door. 

Cam, on the other hand, is a teenager who hides her boyfriend in her room by loudly playing the music of the day.

As for the father, he's only just getting home, he didn't sleep here.

From the awakening of desire to faded passions, the family's portrait of love is sketched out through this fateful sunny day that will change their lives…