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Two years after his stroke, Alain Delon will make his comeback in the form of a major interview

2021-05-04T10:25:47.234Z

The Samurai has agreed to answer questions from journalist Cyril Viguier. In this portrait entitled Alain Delon facing the world, which will be released in June, the actor will review the news, his career and, according to the JDD, will announce a final film project.



Since his stroke in 2019, Alain Delon had not officially reappeared in public.

Today, his health recovered as his daughter Anouchka had suggested a few months ago, the Samurai decided that it was time to return to the front of the stage.

Le Journal du Dimanche

reveals that the actor has decided to sign his media return in a long filmed interview, entitled

Alain Delon facing the world

, which he granted to journalist Cyril Viguier, the current presenter of the

Grand Journal des Territoires

on TV5 World (to which we also owe a portrait of Jean-Paul Belmondo).

Read also: His daughter Anouchka gives reassuring news of the state of health of Alain Delon

This documentary should take the form of a large portrait of the life and career of the French actor.

If the place and the dates of the filming of the interviews remain shrouded in the greatest secrecy, Cyril Viguier however let filter that the questions asked to Alain Delon would relate to the cinema as well as to the subjects of current events.

Read also: Alain Delon, recovered from his stroke, pays tribute to his friend Borniche

"the super-cop"

In recent months, Alain Delon, without ever appearing, had however shown his many admirers that his health had significantly improved. In June 2019, he wanted to pay tribute to the memory of his missing friend the “

super-cop

”, Roger Borniche, whom he played in 1975 in

Flic Story

. Sentimental and nostalgic, it is in his nature, he had declared: “

I am coming out of my silence for Borniche. I didn't want there to be just a few lines in the papers. I wanted to pay tribute to him. We were very close, 50-year-old friends. It pained me a lot to learn of his death this morning.

With these tender words, the Samurai was already announcing, in his own way, his eternal return ...

Source: lefigaro

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