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Theater: André Dussollier puts the words "Upside down"


CRITICISM – At the Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens, the actor intoxicates the public with texts by Devos, Baudelaire or Dubillard.

In the background, images of a Paris from yesteryear to the present day scroll by in fast motion.

Alert and chic, sparkling eye and clear verb, André Dussollier rushes onto the stage, and launches into a monologue at the speed of a supersonic plane:

"I only really have the impression that I am free when I am locked up (…).

I can skim through a book for a few moments, not close it…”

A first piece of bravery taken from

One Night When One Is Alone

, by Sacha Guitry.

The actor who won a Molière for Novecento, the play by Alessandro Baricco, has read through “books”!

He could not live without literature.

We remember an audio recording of

In Search of Lost Time

, by Marcel Proust.

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As he did with

Sacred Monsters and Sacred Monsters

in 2002, he once again intends

to “live”

and transmit on stage his passion for the works of various authors.

“Of all genres and all eras,”

he says…

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Source: lefigaro

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