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With more than 206,000 tickets sold in preview, the adaptation to the cinema by Alexandre Astier of his cult series promises to be a big success to which fans rushed on Tuesday evening, on the eve of the application of the health pass.
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We took the tickets the day they were put online,
” explains Marie Padé, a 30-year-old engineer, in the queue several hundred meters in front of Le Grand Rex in Paris.
To get the seats, it was like Hellfest, war,
" she jokes.
going to be a big success,
" predicts Richard Patry, president of the National Federation of French Cinemas (FNCF).
More than 6,000 people have reserved seats at the Grand Rex previews, waiting several hours.
Lots of people will decide not to go to the movies this summer because of the good weather or the health pass
", fears the boss of the famous Parisian establishment, Alexandre Hellmann. “
the young people will find a way to come. When we want, we can
”. Marie and Jacob Henry, 29-year-old screenwriters, came Tuesday after work, accompanied by 12 friends, some of whom came especially for the occasion. The first of them arrived in front of the cinema three hours before the screening ...
With or without a pass, it's the same,
" said Valentin Vergano, 28-year-old fund manager and Andrew Senanayake, 27-year-old actuary, while a document proving the complete vaccination or a recent negative test will have to be presented Wednesday in all movie theaters. "
In any case, we would have come to see him
If you're not vaccinated, take a test and then we talk about it more,
” says Josh Krist, the band's engineer.
And then the film has been postponed twice.
To wait any longer would have been too hard,
”concludes Elisa Étienne, lawyer.
The feature film follows on from the “Kaamelott” series.
Alexandre Astier told there in six seasons on M6, in the 2000s, the story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table in a first humorous tone in small sketches, before taking a more tragic turn in formats longer.
Alexandre Astier, director and actor in Kaamelott, the series adapted to the cinema which leaves this Wednesday Martin BUREAU / AFP