|Portrayed by||Adèle Haenel|
|Appears in||Les diables (The Devils)|
|Debut||episode 1: "The Hunting Party"|
Chloé is a main character in the French drama movie Les diables (The Devils).
Les diables is based on an earlier short film by director Christophe Ruggia, entitled L'enfance égarée (Lost Childhood). This short film also features a brother-sister duo, though the sister is not autistic like in Les diables. The decision to add in autism came later, after reading Nobody Nowhere, an autobiography by autistic activist Donna Williams. Ruggia read more books about autism, spoke with psychiatrists and autistic people, and visited day hospitals.
The official website also links to autisme.fr, a French autism organisation.
Affaire Adèle Haenel
In 2019, actress Adèle Haenel accused director Christophe Ruggia of sexually harassing her in the period 2001–2004, during and after the filming of Les diables. Haenel was 12–15 years old at the time. Ruggia was indicted in 2020.
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