Monday, October 19, 2015

Death of Danièle Delorme: the spectacle of the world reacts – Le Figaro

DISAPPEARANCE – The actors Francis Huster and Marion Game and author Jean-Marie Besset expressed their emotion at the death of the French actress who has died 89 years on October 18.

While Danièle Delorme has died at age 89 in his sleep on October 18 in Paris, the show business personalities pay tribute to the actress who has appeared in over fifty films.

The actor Francis Huster who notably played in What David raced? Chouraqui (1982) produced by Danièle Delorme, confided to Le Figaro on that he compares to Glenn Gloss. Very saddened by this loss, he described the deceased: “It was a woman’s desire, modern and furious under fire. A Isabelle Huppert of his generation. Vive intelligent, courageous, bewitching, sometimes sublime bitch with Jean Gabin in cinema. Indomitable and faithful producer “Before adding:.” This is necessarily heaven awaits with Yves Robert already in paradise. “. Her husband, the famous director of War of the Buttons was indeed died in 2002.

Another actress reacted to the death of Danièle Delerm. Marion Game, aka Huguette Households scenes , played with her in the TV series Madame The Principal broadcast on France2 “dynamic, she went to the fight and was at the same time of great modesty, profoundly shy. This woman had restraint, was simple and tender. “

Jean-Marie Besset, author of Celebrations foreign , the last piece Danièle Delorme played at the Theatre de la Gaite -Montparnasse also expressed his emotion: “I had to call …” he whispers, “I saw him on TV, with my grandparents in The time killers where she played a woman that turned Jean Gabin messing. She played characters with an angelic air and something Machiavellian, evil under the softness. Humanly, she had a heart of gold and an elegance of yesteryear. In business, people were invited, she still wanted to pay their places. “

will be a tribute to the actress next Friday in Paris but the venue has not been decided.


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