“It’s going to be very tense”: Davy Sardou (Pascal) says more about Jennifer’s plot in Plus belle la vie, encore plus belle

“It’s going to be very tense”: Davy Sardou (Pascal) says more about Jennifer’s plot in Plus belle la vie, encore plus belle
“It’s going to be very tense”: Davy Sardou (Pascal) says more about Jennifer’s plot in Plus belle la vie, encore plus belle

Comedian Davy Sardou has joined the daily soap opera on TF1, Life is more beautiful, even more beautifula few weeks ago in the role of Pascal.

Pascal attacks Jennifer

This protagonist wants to attack the secretary of the medical office, Jennifer. Indeed, he tries by all means to reduce her life to nothing. For example, he put peanuts in a coconut milk that Jennifer intended to use for her lover Samuel, knowing full well that the latter was allergic to this substance. He also stole anesthetics from the medical office with the aim of having Jennifer accused and burglarized Samuel’s apartment by stealing his service weapon. The Mistralians have almost all turned away from Jennifer, who thinks she has found refuge with Pascal, on whom she believes she can count.

Davy Sardou opens up about his character

The actor took advantage of an interview with our colleagues at Tele-Leisure this Tuesday, July 2, to say a little more about what awaits its protagonist in future episodes of the daily series.

I can tell you that it can go even further. I don’t want to worry Jennifer’s fans but it’s going to be very tense. Unfortunately, I can’t reveal anything about the ending. It’s the first time I’ve filmed a daily and I think the writers took risks on this arc. I hope it pays off because it’s really bold to have gone that far with a character like Pascal.” he confided.

It seems that he really wanted to get into the skin of his character as much as possible by being as credible as possible.I trained to take blood samples, it seems simple, but it is not easy. There is a protocol to follow, quite precise. I was coached to be credible. I have immense respect for the entire medical profession, and nurses in particular. It is such a difficult job, which must undoubtedly bring a lot, but also requires many sacrifices.” he told us.

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