Entertainment PODCAST. Vincent Lindon: "It's a world where we no longer think, we react"
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Vincent Lindon will appear on September 30 in a comedy, "My cousin," in which he plays the role of a CEO, a character quite removed from his usual social world. At the microphone of Ouest-France, he takes a look at the difficult period the planet is going through, his desires for comedy, but also his relationship with social networks.
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In this podcast, he talks, with his usual frankness, of the current world. I am distraught by all the rules and all the measures, everything that we are not allowed to do. For a young girl and a young man from 14 to 40 years old, it is surely harder than for me.
Vincent Lindon talks about masks, a detail, the problem is above all the masks that are everywhere in this society, social networks which prevent, according to him, from expressing a thought by taking the time. “ Everyone is constantly judged. It's a world where we no longer think, we react. Everything is going at 2000 per hour. It's arrows all over the place. It is to mask the philosophy of life which is to reach out to others. Me, life only interests me to kiss, shake a hand, hug each other, pass an object from hand to hand, spend a day without washing my hands fifteen times a day. To be able to speak in someone's ear to tell a secret. Come over and say pass me the bread, break the bread. "
The actor talks about the Covid crisis. There is a crisis, but the world did not start in March. Neither the problems. This is one more phenomenon.
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