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"You're lucky that I'm not Will Smith's sister": Juliette Binoche responds to Jamel Debbouze


The French actress has hardly tasted the jokes of the comedian who made fun of the uninviting stories of French auteur cinema on Friday, during the 48th Cesar ceremony.

Juliette Binoche obviously really did not appreciate the volley of green wood launched by Jamel Debbouze on Friday, at the start of the Cesar evening.

"I don't agree with letting you denigrate this cinema, nor those who take the risk of doing it, it's too easy," the

actress wrote on Instagram on Saturday, addressing the humorist and actor she had interrupted the day before, during the first speech of the 48th Cesar ceremony.

"Even with all the liberties that stand-up comics can take, auteur films are fragile, difficult to make"

, reminded Juliette Binoche on the social network, reaffirming

"all the respect and love"

qu she wears to the comedian.

“We are lucky to be able to have a tremendous diversity of films in France thanks to the various financial aids that the world envies us.

All diversity must be expressed,”

she added.

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The actress ends her message by taking a humorous tone.

“You're lucky that I'm not

Will Smith's sister


she slips, accompanied by a smiley for the occasion.

A nod to the American actor who went on stage at the last Oscar ceremony to slap the comedian Chris Rock who had just made fun of his wife.

Ninjas vs Maids

Criticizing the lack of ambition of French cinema, Jamel Debouzze had suggested with the lively patter that we know him, to bet on more action to compete with American blockbusters and "make entries



A remark that had obviously taken to heart Juliette Binoche, nominated this year for the prize for best actress because of her role in Ouistreham, the latest film by Emmanuel Carrère.

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Adapted from a novel-investigation by Florence Aubenas, the story tells of a writer's immersion in the precarious environment of housekeepers in Caen.

A true but moribund scenario, the opposite of the miracle recipe recommended by Jamel, Friday evening, to fill cinemas: put Vincent Lindon opposite Juliette Binoche in a testosterone film, stuffed with ninjas.

“Yes, something is happening!

There we make entries”

, then launches the comedian.

Juliette Binoche like


ended the ceremony without any reward.

The Best Actress award went to Virginie Efira for her role in

Revoir Paris


A performance hailed, despite everything, by Juliette Binoche, who also split a

“bright bravo Virginie”

at the top of her Instagram post.

Source: lefigaro

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