The actors in the spotlight of Au Bonheur des Livres

The actors in the spotlight of Au Bonheur des Livres
The actors in the spotlight of Au Bonheur des Livres

They reach us deceive. They move away from their personalities, transforming themselves according to the roles required. They arouse both curiosity and admiration.

The actors push the limits of the possible and we transportsometimes for years, at the heart of a life dummy. This phenomenon gives rise to an inevitable reflection, in the era of a revolutionary #MeToo, and countless controversies which question the links between cinema and reality. So, who is telling the truth?

This Friday, Guillaume Durand surrounds himself with Samuel Blumenfeld and Gérard Lefort, distinguished critics and writers, to debate the complexity cinema characters and those who play them.

Blumenfeld, with Raphaëlle Bacqué, reveals in A very French affair the gray areas of Gérard Depardieu, icon of French cinema, revealing the transformation of a talented actor into a figure controversial.

READ: Gérard Depardieu dismissed from the National Order of Quebec

For his part, Gérard Lefort, in collaboration with Marie Colmant and Gilles Jacob, former president of the Cannes Festival, presents To our Loves. This collection celebrates the power of actors French, and recounts a number of anecdotes and personal analyses.

This discussion promises to reveal the multifaceted of the seventh art, and its complexity. This Friday, the host will illustrate how, despite controversies, cinema continues to inspire and captivate.

Photo credit: © Public Senate / Au Bonheur des Livres

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