, handsome face with his sharp features and piercing blue eyes, crooner's voice, Marc Barbé has style in life as on screen.
A charisma, a presence that allow him in a few scenes to impose a character.
, a political thriller by Sylvain Desclous, in which he plays the father of Madeleine (Rebecca Marder), a young idealist promised to ENA and a bright future before everything goes off the rails.
A second role to which Barbé gives a nice depth, without needing to know more about this absent and loving father.
“I don't need a biography of my character.
The important fact here was that he comes from a modest background.
The class relationship is at the heart of the film.
At the beginning of April, right in his boots, Barbé will portray the Comte de Tréville in
The Three Musketeers
, Martin Bourboulon's blockbuster based on Alexandre Dumas, with the childish pleasure of playing in a cape and dagger film.
"A film shooting…
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