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Entertainment La Faute à Rousseau (France 2): top actors, dialogues and intrigues ... a series not to be missed!

13:13  17 february  2021
13:13  17 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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La Faute à Rousseau (France 2) : acteurs, dialogues et intrigues au top... une série à ne pas manquer ! © Jean-Philippe BALTEL - FTV - DEMD PRODUCTIONS La Faute à Rousseau (France 2): top actors, dialogues and intrigues ... a series not to be missed! France 2 brilliantly renews this Wednesday, February 17 with the series in schools. From 9:05 p.m. you will be able to discover the first two episodes of La Faute à Rousseau and here is why this new series should not be missed!

This Wednesday February 17 from 9:05 pm, France 2 broadcasts the first two episodes of its new series La Faute à Rousseau . In this fiction, Benjamin Rousseau ( Charlie Dupont ), philosophy teacher, arrives in the high school of his son Théo ( Louis Duneton ) with whom relations are not obvious. Very well written dialogues, really endearing characters, entertainment and reflection ... Here is why this series should not be missed!

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The teacher's comeback with Blame it on Rousseau

The last serial hero teacher on France 2 dates back to The Institute , camped by the unforgettable Gérard Klein , between 1993 and 2005. Long eclipsed by the countless cops, the figure of the professor has found a place in French fiction with Sam, on TF1, since 2016. La Faute à Rousseau , loosely inspired by the Spanish series Merlí , puts on stage "the attaching" Benjamin Rousseau, interpreted with efficiency by Charlie Dupont. This philo quadra teacher with a rebellious streak quickly becomes the incarnation of the one we all dreamed of having.

Better understanding teenagers

With its little air of Circle of missing poets , fortunately less dramatic, this series will appeal to teenagers as well as adults. By approaching with "philosophy" concepts such as love, power, freedom or death, it will open discussions. Each episode is centered on a student accompanied by a theme that concerns him (this evening, "Paul and Freedom", then "Anaïs and Love"). One of the strengths of La Faute à Rousseau is based on the quality of the writing of its dialogues, in particular those of adolescents, and of its scripts. Here, no caricature of young people but endearing heroes, each with their own personality.

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A top casting in La Foul à Rousseau!

These protagonists, adults and teenagers alike, are embodied with great accuracy. In Rousseau's entourage, Anny Duperey is a mother actress and quite trashy, just like Carole Bianic in the role of the hero's ex-youth love or Samira Lachhab ( who left Tomorrow belongs to us ), as a gentle and determined English teacher. Among young people, Louis Duneton, revealed in Plus belle la vie , delivers a touching incarnation of Théo Rousseau, son of the teacher and young man in the process of building himself. He is not the only one to have gone through the soap operas. Bryan Trésor and Myra Tyliann (seen in Plus belle la vie ) and Esther Valding (who would like to return in Tomorrow belongs to us ) prove to be equally convincing.

A two-sided hero

In class, Rousseau sells us dreams, shaking up academic methods to help his students move forward in their thinking. In his personal life, it's a whole different story ... Returning to live with his mother ( Any Duperey ) and entangled in complicated relations with his son, our awakener of conscience then looks especially like a "teenager". And it is from this duality that all the salt of the series comes, navigating between drama, tenderness and humor. Don't be late for the first class!

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