“I like to love this country and I like to say it”: Jean Dujardin’s statement to France
It is a declaration of love to France. “I like to love this country and I like to say it because I think that’s the biggest problem of this country, is that it doesn’t love itself or not enough”. On the set of “Seven to eight ” Sunday night, Jean Dujardin conceded to having been “sometimes a bit chauvinistic” during his career.
The one to whom we lent American ambitions 11 years ago after his Oscar for “The Artist” assures him, he does not have an actor’s dream. Moreover, he does not “think that a French actor can play well in English”. “I don’t enjoy it. I find it quite exotic to do it from time to time. But my best roles are here, ”says the actor on the poster for “On the dark paths”an adaptation of Sylvain Tesson’s book in theaters on March 22.
With a smile but without detour, the actor poured out on TF1 on this society where “there is a lot of noise”. “It speaks a lot for everything, often for nothing, confided Jean Dujardin to Audrey Crespo-Mara. We should sometimes brake, slow down, even sometimes create a little hashtag #fermetagueule it would be good. We don’t care about your opinion, known or not. I’ve always thought, when in doubt, that it was better to keep quiet, already because you seemed smarter, than to talk bullshit. »