Today, we say that an actor “made its Tchao Pantin” when it moves from humor to a dramatic register. Top 5 of the best examples of the genre.
1. Coluche So Long, Stooge (1983)
The name originated in the eponymous film by Claude Berri released in December 1983, which offered the comic Coluche his first dramatic film role. against employment remarkably interpreted by actor and comedian, which earned him the César for Best Actor in 1984.
2. Josiane Balasko Too Beautiful for You (1989) and That woman (2002)
Revealed in within the troop of Splendid, Josiane Balasko was first illustrated in comedies such as Bronzed, Le Père Noël est une ordure or drunkenness Night . “ It took me to wait Too Beautiful for You (1989) and especially That woman (2002) to address a dramatic register “confided the actress to our colleagues Agoravox in 2008.” This is the story of a female cop who neuroses because his son four years ago, is died in a car accident in which she was responsible. she sees a shrink, and will be driven in an extremely violent police matter. It is a totally domestic game, not at all expressive, as opposed to my usual roles, I loved playing this character “.
3. Kad Merad Do not Worry, I’m Fine (2006)
In 2006 fate on the screens I’m fine do not worry , drama by Philippe Lioret in which a teenager, back from vacation, taught by her parents that her twin brother left home. The father in question is none other than Kad Merad.
The actor and former half of the comedy duo Kad & amp; Olivier is upsetting the guise of a father who tries to hide her daughter the true nature of his brother’s fugue.
4. Jamel Debbouze Indigenous (2006)
In the historical drama was written by Rachid Bouchareb, comedian became also a producer, director and actor embodies Algerian sharpshooter, otherwise known as a “native”, the name given to soldiers forgotten the first French army recruited in Africa.
His performance and that of other actors in the film, Sami Bouajila, Samy Naceri, Zem and Bernard Blancan will be rewarded with a price of male collective interpretation at Cannes in 2006.
5. Benoît Poelvoorde In his hands (2005)
“Dazzling”, “upsetting”, “perfect” … Benoît Poelvoorde bluffing criticism and the public in 2005 under the guise of a veterinarian “sexual predator” performance which earned him a César nomination for best actor in 2006. of course, we are far from Boulet or Frédéric Bernard of Podium .
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