“I can’t stand incompetence, it drives me crazy, but I even say it for myself”

A shopping street at 7e district of Paris. We go through a large blue door and head left at the end of the courtyard. Sandrine Kiberlain receives us, on the occasion of the release of the film The Green Perfume by Nicolas Pariser, at home, in a space “intimate” which few people have access to and which resembles it.

The 54-year-old actress evokes the quartet formed during her childhood with her parents and her sister in Saint-Mandé in the Val-de-Marne, her grandparents, survivors of the Shoah, the characters she invented to play. , his love for the music of Françoise Hardy and Michel Berger, his initiation to the stage thanks to Francis Huster, his adoration for Ingrid Bergman, Diane Keaton, Meryl Streep or Isabelle Huppert. the evolution of his characters throughout his career and his roles in the latest films by Emmanuel Mouret or Nicolas Pariser.

Read the portrait of Sandrine Kiberlain (in “M”, in 2016): Article reserved for our subscribers Sandrine Kiberlain: “What if it was too good to be true? »

For four seasons, producer Géraldine Sarratia has questioned the construction and intricacies of a personality’s taste. Whether they are creators, artists, cooks or intellectuals, they all call upon their childhood memories, all evoke the social and cultural dimension of the construction of a corpus of tastes, of a set of values.

A podcast produced and presented by Géraldine Sarratia (Ideal Genre)

prepared with the help of Diane Lisarelli and Imène Benlachtar

Directed by: Emmanuel Baux

Music: Gotan Project

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