World Michel Boujenah in "L'Avare" by Molière: "In life, I am a real basket pierced"
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Role of composition, role against use ... Whatever the expression, one thing is certain:is the opposite of the role of Harpagon in L'Avare by Molière, at the Théâtre des Variétés in Paris. He explains Wednesday to Anne Roumanoff his very generous relationship to money, on the occasion of his invitation in It feels good.
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Michel Boujenah readily admits: Harpagon is for him "a real role in composition" . "I would have liked to be a little like him", laughs the actor. "But I can't: I'm a broken basket and a catastrophic businessman."
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If he regrets not looking a little like L'Avare, it is because Michel Boujenah's very liberated relationship to money has caused him some problems. “I've been ripped off my whole life,” he says. “And I think it's gonna last until the end of days.” A problem that does not seem to weigh him down too much.
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Michel Boujenah thus recognizes that he is able to give 20 euros to his children if they send to buy ... bread. Without claiming change on his return. “I know the price of bread, but I cannot resist giving, sharing,” explains the actor. "My kif is the happiness of others. The happiness of the people I love, first of all. And then even of men, otherwise I wouldn't be doing this job." Quite the opposite of Harpagon, capable of plotting against members of his own family.
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