Alain Delon had not been to the cinema since 2008 and his interpretation of César in Asterix at the Olympic Games . It will be back on the big screen on the 27th of November, the day of the release of Any resemblance… , the first film of Michel Denisot, in which he will be… Alain Delon! The actor will have spent only one day on the set, but he seemed happy to return to the world of cinema, since everything the world has found it “very pleasant”, he whispered.
In this film, he will be the guest of a famous presenter of television news, interpreted by Franck Dubosc, an under-Laurent Delahouse. Any resemblance… tells the story of the great ascent of the latter, a journalist joker powered star of the JT. Its immense popularity and excellent hearings will not be slow to arouse jealousy, including within its own chain.
a connoisseur of the microcosm in the media and on the strength of his almost sixty-year career, the journalist Michel Denisot sign with the first film as a satire on the power games, manipulations and strokes down to the work within a major television channel. Cautious, the director, since it is necessary to also call as well now, had nevertheless insisted that “the film is not [its] history”. “The fight will be without mercy, and the outcome necessarily dramatic,” promises the synopsis.
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Michel Denisot has assembled a cast of choice: in addition to Franck Dubosc, Denis Podalydès, Sylvie Testud, Jérôme Commandeur and Caterina Murino are with the poster of Any resemblance.. . Many guest-stars, including Joey Starr, Béatrice Dalle, Laurent Delahousse, Nikos Aliagas, or Mouloud Achour complete the distribution. We can add to this list the name of Alain Delon.
The former presenter of Grand Journal had made no secret of his admiration for the interpreter of the Cheetah . In 2017, Michel Denisot his work in Vanity Fair – monthly of which he is the director of the editorial – an editorial. He wrote then about Delon: “Yes, you can love an actor for his films, but we love a player for what he is, because he is.”