Isabel Adjani:

The French actress returned to the show with five Caesars Daily Yann Barthès wrote about the impact of the feminist movement on the behavior of some film directors.

Like Camille Claude, whom he emotionally portrayed in Bruno Newton’s 1988 film, Isabel Adzani may have suffered in her life under the yoke of Auguste Rodin, but by the directors who are the greats of cinema. The answer will be available if we believe the content of the comments he made during Jan Bardes’ “Daily” talk show on DMC on Wednesday 22nd June.

The presenter used a line from the actress Peter von Kant By François Ozon (in theaters next July 6), “ Best filmmaker, but human shit …To spice up the interview. Isabelle Adjani may have been directed by talented filmmakers, but with a dubious character and demeanor, this is the question that comes directly to the mind of Yann Barthès.

The actress, who has five Caesars, faced the DMC presenter and initially felt the danger by choosing to respond calmly to this first conflict: “No … let’s just say a director has a little human flaw.

But the fiery character of this actress, her talent was revealed in 1972 by the subtlety of her acting. Girls School Moliere, takes charge. She suddenly recalled working with the most dominant filmmakers (without mentioning their names): “ From the moment you think of yourself as a demurge, forgetting that you are a man who interacts with other human beings, he can impose non-human things on you.

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Is this extreme behavior of some directors changing? Hopefully, Isabel Adjani believes it and attributes this change in behavior to the MeToo movement: “I think there has to be a kind of deviation, for a real and loving intimacy between a director and an actress to continue. Finally, I think all the directors are a bit wary of seeing the difficulty that can arise in persuading in a dominant way.

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