Our guest is one of the favorite actresses of the French: at the cinema, we loved her in “Lacrisis”, “Pédale douce” or “La Placard”, at the theater alongside Pierre Palmade, among others! Michele Laroque is also a director and likes, carried by a great wind of freedom, to live the moment fully, to pass and make pass from laughter to tears.
When you have a crush on a musical work, you then dream of meeting the composer to see if the crush actually takes place until the end.
A film by Claude Zidi Jr.
With Michèle Laroque, MB14, Guillaume Duhesme
Release May 4 at the cinema
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