Disney has released a brand new trailer for the upcoming French documentary series, “Lambert contre Lambert : au nom de Vincent”, aka “Lambert Against Lambert”, which will be released on Disney+ on May 10th 2023, in many countries, including Canada, Australia, New Zealand and France.

This documentary series recounts for the first time a thrilling affair with legal, medical, media and societal repercussions that captivated and upset French society for more than ten years.   On July 11, 2019, Vincent Lambert died at the Reims University Hospital. It is the epilogue of more than ten years of a family, medical, legal, political and media saga made of incredible twists until the day before his death.

“Lambert against Lambert: in the name of Vincent” traces the fierce fight of two women and two clans within a family, which will end up being invited to the highest authorities of the French State and will divide the country. A story with many repercussions in French society. The public authorities have moreover recently launched a vast national debate with a view to a law which could give rise to a new conception of the end of life.

Elodie Buzuel , author of the documentary and co-director with Vincent Trisolini (documentary maker and director) interviewed about thirty protagonists, families, doctors, lawyers, politicians and journalists.

Check out the trailer below:

This series consists of four episodes, which are forty minutes in length. Zadig Productions have produced the show for Disney+.

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