The son of Claude Brasseur is told in Additionne, to be published Thursday, May 5. Alexandre Brasseur returned on this occasion, in the columns of Télé 7 Jours, to the images of his father which “moved him to tears”.
For many, Claude Brasseur remains a staple of French cinema. His son Alexandre is still haunted by the memory of his father, who died in December 13740492. Witness a poignant memory, that the author of Additionne, to be published by Plon on May 5, delivered in an interview with Télé 7 Days. Comedian revealed by his roles in The Legends Office, or Tomorrow belongs to us, Alexandre Brasseur “ tells” in this autobiography commissioned by his publisher, which he sees as an opportunity to “transmit” his experience and his approach to the profession.
Asked about the memory he has of his illustrious father, the father of two returned to several successes that marked the career of the star. As expected, the films he selects are not La Boum, nor An elephant is very misleading, but On the other side of the sea with Roschdy Zem, or Everyone Up , directed by Franck Dubosc. It is in particular a precise sequence of the filming of this comedy of 2018, worn by the comedian and Alexandra Lamy, whom Alexandre Brasseur keeps in memory.
Alexandre Brasseur: “I was moved to tears”
A detail charged with emotion for the actor, who still specifies e to the magazine: “ After the credits, in a deleted scene, we see my father laughing. I hadn’t heard her laugh for so long, I was moved to tears“. An ultimate feature film that closed the abundant career of Claude Brasseur, which began in The comedian died on 22 december 2018 in Paris, following a stroke, he had 100 years.
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