The course of Spa with Michel Houellebecq and Guillaume Nicloux has not mollified his temperament choleric. The ebullient Gerard Depardieu was visiting Sunday evening at the festival of Ramatuelle, to sing songs of Barbara. Hampered by the presence of several cameras, the sacred monster of the cinema would have left the event in a fury after a couple of “friction,” reports Var Morning .

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The actor would have imposed a “curfew of media in total”, explains the daily, stating that the team of the festival “was reduced to a committee of ultra-small, “no film or photos””. However, the actor would have been inconvenienced by a group of journalists wishing to ask him a few questions after his performance.

“no, no, No, I don’t do nothing,” said the interpreter of Cyrano de Bergerac with the reporter for the daily departmental on-site. This is a trick of the sick. They have me pissed off! What is this camera that has captured? I don’t want that. In addition, it only warned me not.”

“there are even people like Guillaume Nicloux who are willing to shoot the show and I have sent le, he said. And then I see a camera on that ride… I don’t want to! I’m not interested in these things. Must destroy everything. Shit! Go to one bar!”

The actor then left the festival without participating in the closing dinner where he was expected. Closing out a night of sad for which had even been announced, Emmanuel Macron, French president Nicolas Sarkozy and their wives. But they did not come. About François Hollande and Julie Gayet, although present at the festival of Ramatuelle, they preferred to spend the evening at the Indie Fest, according to Nice Morning.

Gerard Depardieu will be on display, alongside Michel Houellebecq’s feature film of Guillaume Nicloux Spa , in cinemas Wednesday 21 August.

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