“I never talk about my job at home”

This Wednesday, November 16, France 2 will offer a special evening dedicated to the fight against violence against women, including the TV movie After the silence. In the casting in particular, Clovis Cornillac and his wife, Lilou Fogli.

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This is a TV movie that should make an impression… This Wednesday, November 16, as part ofa special evening devoted to the fight against violence against womenFrance 2 will broadcast the TV movie as a bonus After the silence. In the casting, Clovis Cornillac plays Grégory, who is flabbergasted the day his ex-girlfriend Marina (Caroline Anglade) accuses him of marital rape. He who has rebuilt his life for six months with the young Chloé (Alice David), it can only be revenge motivated by jealousy of the one with whom he had a little boy.

Playing this guy accused of marital rape, I know you won’t like me.”

A particularly striking television film (our opinion) on which Clovis Cornillac returned for Télé-Loisirs.fr. “By playing this guy accused of marital rape, I know that people won’t like me, I didn’t go there for that!” he told us in particular. And to explain: “These guys are convinced they are in the right. They don’t tell each other the world as it is, which is all the more terrible for their victims because they have the impression that they are the ones who are wrong. It’s not as simple as with a cold, calculating pervert. Besides, the last sequence was not in the script, I asked for it to exist precisely so that we could see how much more dangerous the denial of these people is! If they themselves do not understand, it is a long way!

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“I never talk about my job at home”

And if Clovis Cornillac shares the majority of his scenes with the one who plays his new companion, Alice David, on the set he had the pleasure of meeting that of his wife, Lilou Fogli! Indeed, in After the silence, the latter embodies the officer Sophie Raynaud, in charge of the investigation. Did they talk about filming in the evening, on their way home? “Even if I am sometimes reproached for it, I never talk about my job at home” he confided to us. “We’re already totally absorbed all day when we’re making a film, acting or promoting, if in the evening we dwell on it all, it never stops!” A formula that seems to work since the two have been flowing happy days for 13 years!

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