“I don’t want anything”

On the set of “Télématin” this Sunday July 7, Julie Depardieu spoke about the death of her brother Guillaume at the age of 37.

“Guest on the Set” Telematin » Julie Depardieu spoke about the death of her brother Guillaume when Damien Thevenot spoke to her about the movie “Je suis un no man’s land” released this Sunday, July 7, 2010. A comedy about the disappearance of 2008. So, I’m not above. »

He also said, “I said that I will make a film. It’s true that I don’t want anything, but since I said yes, I thought there could only be one word, and I did it. » It was during the filming of this movie that she met her children’s father, Philippe Caterin. “I say to myself: ‘But what a funny person.’ He was really nice and he knew everyone’s lines when you first saw him.

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Gérard Depardieu has spoken repeatedly about the disappearance of his son, who died at the age of 37 following pneumonia and a staphylococcus aureus infection. “I don’t know grief: my son Guillaume is inside me, like Jean Carmet, Maurice Pialet, François Truffaut and Barbara. If absence weighs us down, it’s because of the void it leaves. I make sure to fill it by telling myself that Guillaume would have liked this or that thing,” The actor told “Journal du Dimanche”.

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