It is a story common to many families that Dany Boon lived and told on October 10. That of intolerance and the difficult coexistence of different cultures. In the portrait of the week of Seven to eight, a great interview conducted by Audrey Crespo-Mara on TF1, the 55-year-old actor made a number of confidences. On the occasion of the release of his new film on Netflix, 8 rue de l’Humité which follows the daily life of seven families confined in a Parisian building and where he plays a hyper anxious ready to do anything to escape the pandemic, the actor and popular director made several revelations this October 10, on his hypochondria but also on his money problems. He also spoke about his family history.
Since the enormous success of Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis, Dany Boon regularly pays tribute to his region of origin, that of Armentières in the North of France, with his various films. In La Ch’tite famille in 2018, the actor was largely inspired by his childhood to play a Parisian architect who had denied his northern origins and had, after a car accident, suddenly woken up from a coma, with his ch’ti accent. In his career as an actor, Dany Boon has often capitalized on humor and he gave the reason for this choice this Sunday. The actor explained that what led him to choose laughter was that it “made his mother smile”: “It was the engine when I was a child.” He then spoke of the difficult (…)
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