His blockbuster, released in theaters in early February, was escorted by a number of critics. On the sidelines of a meeting with readers of Le Parisien-Aujourd'hui en France, Guillaume Canet returned to this episode, and to the assessment he draws from "Asterix and Obelix: the Middle Kingdom".
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Without losing his smile, the actor and director in the movie "Acid", which is released on September 20, first responded in a joking tone. "I loved it, I thought it was great, so nice and so cool (laughs)," before getting more serious. "It's never fun... But at the same time, all movies are like that. We talk a lot about Asterix but all the films we release, there are good reviews and bad ones. There, I think it's a little more exposed because it's Asterix and it takes enormous proportions. What I keep from this experience are the laughter in the rooms and what I heard: the laughter, the applause at the end and the testimonies of the children."