May 26, 2022

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Caesar dedicated to Celine

Caesar dedicated to Celine

Sacred Best Actress at the Caesars in Paris this Friday evening, Valerie Lemercier paid tribute to her idol Celine Dion and the Quebec actors who starred with her. AlinAn autobiographical film inspired by the life of a Quebec singer.

“Dear Quebec Actors, Playing with you is a great lesson when you go to pick up your trophy on the stage of Olympia in Paris. I want everyone here to benefit.”

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Especially fond of Léa Seydoux and Virgina Efira, Valérie Lemercier further pointed out, in another intervention for the Franco-Quebec production’s Quebec team, “If this film travels around the world a little, it’s thanks to the whole gang.”

Presenting his features on screen to Alin Diu, he took the opportunity to declare all his love and admiration for Celine Dion. Alin There was a tribute.

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His only success, however, was success AlinWho was on the run for 10 Caesars. Quebec actors Sylvain Marcel and Daniel Fichat were nominated for Best Male and Female Supporting Role, leaving empty-handed.

Aline film crew including Quebecers Daniel Fichat and Sylvain Marcel on the red carpet before the ceremony.

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Aline film crew including Quebecers Daniel Fichat and Sylvain Marcel on the red carpet before the ceremony.

Overall, Xavier Dolan, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actor, escaped from Caesar in favor of his partner, ending the Qupers 0-0 at 3 p.m. Lost illusionsVincent Logost.

Tribute to Dolan

The Quebec actor, however, died miserably in a skiing accident on January 19 and was left alone when he picked up the microphone to impress his friend Caspart Ullil, who he directed. That’s the end of the world.

“The whole world mourns Caspar, and the whole world mourns for him,” said Xavier Dolan, who, after reading the letter sent to the deceased’s mother, could not suppress his tears.

In the final rankings of the festival hosted by Antoine de Cons, it was ultimately the most favorite Lost illusionsAn adaptation of Xavier Giannoli’s novel Honoré de Balzac, he came out with a huge piece of cake to thank for his seven Césars, including Best Picture.

Second in the charts with its five Caesars, the musical Annette Intriguing and fascinating filmmaker Leos Carax allowed his first Caesar to win Best Director.

Consider also the success of Benoit Magimel, who was selected as the best actor for his performance in the film In his lifetimeAnd the Honorary Caesar Award presented to Australian actress Cate Blanchett.

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