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Claude Rich

This morning there were 3 TV interviews. This most interesting one called “Tea au Café” (Tea in the Café) with Catherine Ceylac who looks like Diane Sawyer and was a terrific interviewer.

PARIS BLOG PART 3

Posted on November 5, 2012, in My Blog, with 10 Comments

I did three magazine interviews this morning, then did the 3 hour Michael Drucker show called “Vivement Dimanche” which is one of if not the most popular TV shows in France that airs Sunday afternoons throughout Europe since 1997. I did the show 7 years ago to promote my memoir. Vanessa, my grandkids and Tulea were all with me then on the show and I was astonished at how huge the audience was—I got so much feedback.…

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SHOOTING DAYS

Posted on June 8, 2010, in Film, Television & Theater, My Blog, with 24 Comments

I was too tired to write a blog last night so the photos I took yesterday are here. I wanted to show how we shoot car scenes…with the car mounted on a flat bed , the cameras attached in front and the whole is being pulled by another truck. This isn’t the only way to shoot car scenes but a common way, and, in our case, essential because Guy Bedos doesn’t drive.…

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MOSTLY PHOTOS TODAY

Posted on June 3, 2010, in Film, Television & Theater, My Blog, with 22 Comments

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FIRST DAY WITH CLAUDE RICH

Posted on June 2, 2010, in Film, Television & Theater, My Blog, with 16 Comments

Emotional scene…more that than dancing. My husband is in the hospital because his big shaggy dog caused him to fall down and I am scared because I know I haven’t long and worry what will happen to him when I’m gone.

We shoot all this week in the apartment of my husband and me.

When we danced, Dominique moved with us, carrying the very heavy camera.…

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I’M IN PARIS, MAI OUI

Posted on May 22, 2010, in Film, Television & Theater, My Blog, with 23 Comments

I have arrived in Paris to begin work on a French film called “…Et Si On Vivait Tous Ensemble?” (“And If We All Lived Together?”) Geraldine Chaplin (Charlie’s daughter) is the other woman and the men are all iconic French actors, beloved here. Guy Bedos, Claude Rich, Pierre Richard. I love how the French are loyal to their stars even when they are no longer young.  …

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