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This last weekend before the start of the school year is the perfect time to think about something else.France Culture offers a living portrait of Delphine Seyrig, Arte sheds light on the small professions of the Belle Epoque, François Busnel invites teenagers to read aloud and the death of Micheline Banzet-Lawton is the occasion or never to rediscover her musical career, as well as the priceless duo that she formed with Maïté.
Delphine Seyrig, the double life of an activist actress
“What is certain is that every time [I play] a role, I feel like I have to shrink a little bit.This quote, which opens the portrait of Delphine Seyrig proposed by France Culture in the program "All a life", says all or almost of her career, whose modernity sharpens the ears.
The immensity of the actress has never spared her the injunction to stay in her place: the one that we have a little too quickly locked up in a magnificent bourgeois character, such as Madame Tabard in Stolen Kisses (François Truffaut, 1968), however, will be many fights: "When they decide to go beyond simple chatter, women realize that they all have the same problems, so it becomes a political problem.the individual, we move to the collective ”, she said, in her sublime grain of voice, in 1976.
Through the testimonies of those close to her, letters she wrote, insights provided by a historian and her biographer, Lila Boses, Lou Quevauvillers and Annabelle Brouard pay a magnificent tribute to an icon of cinema as much as of feminism.El Mokhtari
Posted Date: 2020-09-02