"It was violent, quick and short … " : Catherine Deneuve upset by her stroke and her "painful consequence", his new confidences on this terrible tragedy!

His fans were waiting. After months of absence, Catherine Deneuve has made her comeback with the feature film “De son vivant” by Emmanuelle Bercot. A new project that she proudly presented at the last Cannes film festival. As a reminder in November 2019, Catherine Deneuve suffered a stroke during the filming of the film. To reassure the media, her family quickly assured that she had had an ischemic stroke “very limited and therefore reversible”. As for his agent, he added that the recovering star suffered from “no motor deficit”.
This Tuesday, November 16, 2021, Catherine Deneuve was alongside Benoit Magimel on the set of “Quotidien” to promote the work of Emmanuelle Bercot. In this fiction, a mother does her best to support her son, condemned by illness. Without make-up, Catherine Deneuve drew a parallel with her recent health problems. “It’s like something that hits you violently”, she analyzed in front of Yann Barthès. “What is certain is that it is a violent thing and I was very lucky because it was violent, fast and short, because it was a day when we were filming in the hospital. ”.
Marked by this tragedy, Catherine Deneuve however wanted to reassure the presenter. “Me, I had a very slight disarray and then there you go. So I was extremely lucky, it was still quite light in the end, with painful consequences, but quite light, “she said.
To believe her words, the actress is not ready to retire. Quite the contrary. “Yes, it’s true that now that the movie is over. I’m like, ‘What am I going to do?’ I don’t know, it’s something … It’s not vague, but let’s say things haven’t been decided yet. Of course, I want to go back, ”said Catherine Deneuve. “But as much as before, it is a mistake (…). It could have stopped me, but I am not determined to stop, no, no ”. The message has passed!
>> See also: Catherine Deneuve: bad news after the stroke, the actress facing death ….

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