Everyone loves Isabelle Nanty! Whether she stands up to the cantankerous Aunt Danielle at Chatiliez, lack of network against Clavier and Depardieu transformed into Asterix and Obelix, or embodies a certain idea of France in the tailors of Cathy Tuche, the actress appeals to film lovers as much who have followed her for thirty years as teenagers in search of entertainment. Better still: it brings them together.
This is why he is happy to fall back on his blue marbles in Miss , the film by Ruben Alves. With her natural energy and her inimitable banter, the queen of comedy embodies a protective and authoritarian mamma who observes with an attentive eye the Miss France adventure in which her tenant has embarked on hiding his boyish identity. “Without reading the screenplay, I said yes to Ruben because I liked his idea of following a man who defies codes: whatever their affiliations, everyone should be able to feel free to pursue their dreams.. My role didn’t matter much to me: I usually put on