Sophie Marceau - Quotes

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I need the seasons to live to the rhythm of rain and sun.

I need the seasons to live to the rhythm of rain and sun.

Acting is wonderful therapy for people. Instead of suffering for yourself, someone will do it for you. ---->>>

I felt sometimes too responsible as an actor because people promote violence or weird things that I don't want to be part of. ---->>>

I think it's almost easier to make people cry than to make people laugh. ---->>>

I find the subject of childhood fascinating. I explored this subject in Speak to me of love and I am curious about portraying the often painful transition into the adult world. ---->>>

Well it is sometimes difficult to act in another language. ---->>>

Oh, I'm not English, I cannot talk on behalf of an English person. I'm French. I can say about French. They are quite emotional, though, and they talk about their emotions. ---->>>

Even if I think in English, it's more a language of acting than French. ---->>>

I'm a good storyteller. ---->>>

I just heard a very funny story about somebody who died yesterday, I'm sorry to say so but it was so absurd that you can't help laughing. And the person that was concerned about that story was laughing too. ---->>>

And I think it's very rare to have good stories, well written comedies. ---->>>

But the privileges that one has enjoyed and exploited can sometimes turn against you: nobody thinks of you as a director, you are always an actress. ---->>>

I think I'm a tough person, but for sure, I would talk under torture. ---->>>

Mel Gibson would not be a good James Bond. ---->>>

Words, yes, formulating things, creating something from your heart, it is something very necessary, yes. ---->>>

You can perform all kind of characters but you cannot change what people feel for you. ---->>>

As you know it is a comedy so everything is a little bit pushed. That's what's funny about this kind of movie is you can laugh about the absurdity, and the bad side of life. ---->>>

It is something actresses need to go through and I think they look forward to being naked in a movie. I don't know why, but it is something you need to exhaust from yourself. ---->>>

So, sometimes, when I'm not happy with my performance and I have to think, I will think in English. ---->>>

What I am interested in is the present time. ---->>>

Acting is contained - you act for three months, then leave it - but writing is the act of creation. Writing is dangerous. ---->>>

All I will say is that I'm playing a lot of different roles that, to be honest, are more interesting and demanding than any I've played before. ---->>>

Genre aside, I'd like to make a film about people. ---->>>

When you direct your first film, you always start by telling stories that you are familiar with. ---->>>

You know French means like sophisticated, well educated, so far. ---->>>

There is no doubt that this film is autobiographical, but at the same time it also tries to portray an ordinary couple in a language that everyone can understand. ---->>>


Nationality: French
Born: 11-17, 1966
Birthplace: Paris, France
Occupation: Actress

Sophie Marceau (French pronunciation: ​[sɔˈfi maʁˈso]; born Sophie Danièle Sylvie Maupu; 17 November 1966) is a French actress, director, screenwriter, and author. As a teenager, Marceau achieved popularity with her debut films La Boum (1980) and La Boum 2 (1982), receiving a César Award for Most Promising Actress (wikipedia)