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Entertainment François Berléand's advice to bad actors to continue making films

21:20  29 october  2020
21:20  29 october  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Malgré une filmographie impressionnante, le comédien François Berléand estime au micro d'Anne Roumanoff qu'il n'a toujours été choisi pour un film grâce à son talent. Il livre donc des conseils aux mauvais acteurs pour continuer d'enchaîner les tournages. © Europe 1 Despite an impressive filmography, actor François Berléand believes at Anne Roumanoff's microphone that he has not always been chosen for a film thanks to to his talent. He therefore gives advice to bad actors to continue to shoot.

Despite a César in 2000 for My Small Business and an interminable filmography, François Berléand does not have a big head when it comes to talking about his longevity in the world of cinema. The actor, guest on Anne Roumanoff's show It feels good , explains the less professional reasons that launched and made his acting career last. The opportunity for him to inform the bad actors and reassure them: their lack of talent is not necessarily a brake!

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Monday evening dinners

To make a name for himself in the world of cinema, François Berléand found a very tasty recipe at the start. "At the time, I was good at cooking, I really liked cooking and I had a lot of free time during the day", recalls the actor. "So I invited a lot of directors to dinner at home on Monday, the table at my house was open. And the more directors there were, the happier I was."

In setting up this strategy, François Berléand benefited from a significant family boost. "I had a beautiful cellar, which I had inherited from my grandfather," he says. "There were good wines and suddenly, I started shooting. For a young beginner actor, you have to know how to cook and invite directors to your home. It gives you chances, not to do lead roles. right away, but to have small roles. "

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Make people laugh to be reminded of

Once these small roles have been won, François Berléand has an additional piece of advice: be a clown on the set. "I am not called back for my talent, I do not have any. We say to ourselves 'Why not him? At least he will make us laugh'", he jokes. But another factor also explains the long filmography of the Caesarized actor: his inability to say no. “As I don't know how to say yes, I've made a lot of silly films,” he laughs.

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