« Mon Crime » has been nominated for the César Award in the Best Costume category.

Pascaline Chavanne is once again on the list.

"It is not a militant film, but rather a comprehensive cinematic work where set designs, costumes, camera movements, and directing converge towards a certain form of perfection," according to the critic Laurent Cambon.

Having already won two César Awards in 2014 and 2020 for "Renoir" by Gilles Bourdos and "J'accuse," Roman Polanski's film, Belgian costume designer Pascaline Chavanne earns her eleventh César nomination in the "Best Costume" category for François Ozon's film "My Crime." Following "8 Women," with its detective plot set in the 1950s, and "Potiche," highlighting a woman taking charge of her husband's business in the 1970s, François Ozon returns to his boulevard style and costume adaptations (collaborating once again with Pascaline Chavanne) to portray women significantly.