Sophie Marceau is one of the most popular actresses of her generation. In the 80s, the star bursts the screen with “La Boom”. Success is at the rendezvous for the second salvo of the feature film. Subsequently, the ex-wife of Andrzej Zulawski connects film projects. Sophie Marceau notably played in “Happy Easter” with Jean-Paul Belmondo, she also gives the answer to Gérard Depardieu for “Fort Saganne”.
Juliette and Vincent’s mother conquered the crowds in “L’Étudiante”, “La Fille de d’Artagnan” to name only these works. In parallel, Sophie Marceau alternates with comedies like “Fanfan”, “LOL” or “Happiness never comes alone”. The realization also pleases him. The ex-companion of Christophe Lambert unveiled her talents with “The Dawn upside down”, “Parlez-moi d’amore” which won him a prize at the Montreal Festival in 2002. Not to mention “La disparue de Deauville ”.
“I’ve been making movies since 1980. It’s amazing, isn’t it? Who could have imagined such a thing? I hardly look back, I’m more preoccupied with the future: I always have to do something, that I fill in the gaps […]”, confessed Sophie Marceau for Madame Figaro in 2018.
Over the course of her career, Sophie Marceau has played alongside comedian Mathieu Madénian. For “The Original Soundtrack” on France Inter, the actor has made incredible revelations about his ex-playing partner. To believe his words, giving him the answer was not easy.
“I made a film with her and Patrick Bruel and I only had one death to tell him”, Mathieu Madénian explained to Nagui. “It was bitchy. I find myself in front of her, we repeat and she says to me ‘go ahead, send’ but I take it slowly at the beginning ”. A shocking sentence that however left Sophie Marceau unmoved. “For 10 minutes, I found myself insulting him and there was her granddaughter next to watching us”, remembered the artist still marked by the sequence …