Sat, May 29, 2021 at 7:39 p.m.
– Updated on Sat, May 29, 2021 at 8:23 PM
On June 2, Michèle Laroque will release her new comedy, called Everyone at Home. For the occasion, she gave an interview to Nikos Aliagas this Saturday, May 29 on TF1, in the show 50’Inside. The 60-year-old actress and director spoke about her career in cinema, her famous former duet with her friend Pierre Palmade, and her daughter Oriane Deschamps. With the TV host, the companion of François Baroin also expressed a “great regret”, that of not having been able to respond to the filmmaker Jean-Pierre Bacri, who died on January 18, at the age of 69 years old, from cancer.
“You shot with everyone,” Nikos Aliagas told him. Enough to push Michèle Laroque to admit that this is not completely wrong, with the exception of the star of the film Le Sens de la fête. “I would have loved to shoot with him. And besides, we had talked about it”, she explained, specifying that the person concerned always answered “yes, why not!”, Even if that did not happen. is ultimately not done. “I remember that I was with Albert Dupontel and that we went to see a play played by Agnès Jaoui [his ex-partner who became his friend, Editor’s note] and Jean-Pierre Bacri. Afterwards, we had a drink. Me I was still trying to understand who I was, what I wanted to do in this job … And they, from the start they knew … The three “, remembered the actress, who was shocked by their insurance with regard to their professional life.
Exceptional Jean-Pierre Bacri. He will be in my heart forever. I find it hard to imagine cinema without him. Thoughts for his loved ones. #RIPJeanPierreBacri https://t.co/VEXNSfDbmd
“Me, I need a little experimenting to know. I start by making a little haphazard luck and I say to myself ‘ah well, that I will not do again”, continued Michele Laroque. The sad day of the death of Jean-Pierre Bacri, the one who will soon be released in theaters following his successful film Happy retirement, with Thierry Lhermitte, had paid tribute to him on his Twitter account. Melancholy, she called her colleague “exceptional”. “He will be in my heart forever. I find it hard to imagine cinema without him. Thoughts for those close to him,” she wrote fondly in her tweet.
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