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Dominique Blanc resumes the role she had played under the direction of Patrick Chéreau, in 2007, at the National Popular Theater in Villeurbanne. KATE GREEN/Getty Images via AFP

INTERVIEW – Fourteen years after having released it, the actress resumes Pain, by Marguerite Duras, at the Théâtre National Populaire. The opportunity to talk about Patrice Chéreau, the stage, his way of acting, cinema...

Dominique White don't bother to talk about Pain, the autobiographical story of Marguerite Duras. On September 28, the member of the Comédie-Française, 66, will resume the role of M., which earned him a Molière, at the Théâtre national populaire in Villeurbanne. Fourteen years after having released it under the direction of Patrice Chéreau and the dancer Thierry Thieû Niang.

The Lyon actress has decided to play it all her life while making inroads into television and cinema, where she has already won four Césars. On September 29, we will see her in the TF1 series E-syndrome, from the novel by Franck Thilliez. And on October 5 in The Origin of Evildirected by Sebastien Marnier.

LE FIGARO. - Why do you resume Pain ?

Dominique BLANC. - It's great Duras, a theatrical text of great value, probably written between 1945 and 1949. Marguerite knows that Robert Antelme has been deported to Dachau, she believes she will never see him again. She is with Dionys Mascolo, whom she…

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