“Young people no longer think and rush into extremes”, Bérénice Bejo and Dany Boon very “worried” in “What a time”

“Young people no longer think and rush into extremes”, Bérénice Bejo and Dany Boon very “worried” in “What a time”
“Young people no longer think and rush into extremes”, Bérénice Bejo and Dany Boon very “worried” in “What a time”

The legislative elections which are fast approaching are monopolizing all the news. From players of the French team, to YouTubers and many artists, the whole of France’s media is mobilizing to try to block the National Rally. This was the case again last night, on the set of What a time.

Guests on Léa Salamé’s show, Bérénice Bejo and Dany Boon were keen to give their opinion on current electoral news. The two actors, because of their notoriety, feel obliged to speak out before the elections on June 30.

Bérénice Bejo very worried by “this youth who no longer thinks”

We were able to see the famous interpreter of “Larmina” in the legendary OSS 117, very concerned about the future of France if the Rally were to take power at the end of the next election. She, who was born in Argentina and who arrived in France at a very young age, considers herself like a daughter of the republic. She regretted that young people do not realize the drama that the appointment of Jordan Bardella as Prime Minister would represent.

“Me, I am naturalized French, I was born in Argentina, I am the daughter of a republic which accepted me, which accepted my parents […] It’s thanks to France that I am here. I find it so sad that young people no longer think, no longer read and rush into extremes.”

A Dany Boon terribly worried by the current situation

Also present on set, Dany Boon wanted to associate himself with Bérénice Bejo’s message. The northerner seemed particularly moved, his voice uncertain when discussing his journey and his origins. He who also comes from immigration takes a very dim view of the rise of extremes and especially the National Rally.

“It’s very beautiful what she just said!” I myself come from a mixture. My father was a Kabyle immigrant, he was welcomed and it’s true that today…, it’s complicated, it’s worrying “. However, the French will have to wait for the results of June 30 and July 7 to see if the results of the legislative elections are closer to the European ones.

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