The first sales figures for his book have been released and it’s disappointing

The first sales figures for his book have been released and it’s disappointing
The first sales figures for his book have been released and it’s disappointing

A key face of French cinema, who has also been exported to Hollywood, Omar Sy recently released a book called “Come on, let’s talk”. Unfortunately, the first sales figures are well below expectations, as revealed by BFMTV.

Being popular in cinemas is unfortunately no guarantee of success in bookstores. Omar Sy has just learned this the hard way. Indeed, the famous actor recently released a first work called Come on, let’s talk. Co-written with the journalist from New ObsElsa Vigoureux, this very good book tells the story of the actor’s life over three years between Paris, Los Angeles and Senegal. A story which seems not to have really excited the crowds until now. Indeed, according to information revealed by BFMTV, Omar Sy’s book was only sold 2,383 copies between April 24, 2024 and May 8, 2024. An extremely timid start in the publishing world. For his part, the JDD specified Sunday May 12, 2024 that only 3,823 copies of this work have been sold in bookstores so far.

In this book, ppublished in the editions Albin MichelOmar Sy also tells his ambiguous relationship with celebrity. “It’s beautiful, it’s good, but if you end up believing it, if you think you’re the best, your chances evaporate and you’re dead. I was caressed, everyone said yes to everything, I could have sunk. Sometimes I didn’t want to hear all that anymore, it was too much. It smelled like a trap. Getting some fresh air was the solution“, he wrote in particular in this work. As a reminder, Omar Sy…

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