July 26, 2021

“Anything that opens up the world is profitable, anything that closes it is painful”

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Frédéric Pierrot is the new guest of the podcast “Le Goût de M” proposed by M The magazine of the world. The actor answered from his apartment to the questions of the journalist and producer Geraldine Sarratia, on the occasion of the release, on June 16, of the film. Sixteen spring by Suzanne Lindon, in which he plays the heroine’s father.

Frédéric Pierrot recalls his childhood in Normandy between a country veterinarian father and a mother, an amateur painter, who looked after the office of her husband and her four children. As a teenager, he enjoyed cycling between his family home and Dieppe, going to the movies and developed a passion for the clarinet during the local jazz festival Jam Potatoes.

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A short stay in the United States during which, employed as a locker room boy at a golf club, he rubbed shoulders with musicians, writers, actors and dancers convinced him to embark on an artistic career. Attracted by the directing, he becomes at the option of the meetings a machinist before trying to be the actor.

The actor who played in front of the camera of Ken Loach, Jean-Luc Godard, Maïwenn or Valérie Donzelli believes that“It is precious not to be identified so that people can project themselves”. For the one who marked the start of the year by playing a shrink in the series In therapy, there are many relationships between the work of the actor and that of the analyst.

“What is said is not trivial” and leaves deep traces on the performer. The man who cares about sustainable things likes to take news of the world by watching people from a terrace, curious about others and what surrounds him: “ Anything that opens up the world is profitable, anything that closes it is painful. “

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