After the kiss they exchanged in the episode of last Friday on TF1, can we imagine that a future is possible for Célia and Jérémy? Rébecca Benhamour answers.
Warning, this article contains many spoilers for the next episodes of Here It All Begins. If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on.
If there is an impossible love story in Here everything begins, it is that of Célia (Rebecca Benhamour) and Jérémy (Pierre Hurel).
A few days ago, Jérémy made his big comeback in Calvières. Back in France to settle a visa problem, the young man had then crossed paths with Célia. While their bond has remained intact, their feelings have persisted as well. A situation that is unlikely to change since a dramatic event will bring them together.
Feeling responsible for the death of Chief Simony (Xavier Laffite), Jérémy takes refuge in the salt marshes to clear the mind. Célia, who has been trying to reach him all afternoon, will find him and then push him to confide in him. As he can not tell him anything, the young man will clarify that no one can help him. Faced with her distress, the Gaissac girl will then embrace her before kissing her.
In this context, should we imagine that a future is possible for these cursed lovers?
In an interview with our colleagues from On Our Screens, Rebecca Benhamour, the interpreter of Célia, answered this question which burns all the lips of the faithful of the daily success of TF1.
” If we finally find out that they are not brother and sister, maybe that could be conceivable. She said at the series’ first-ever one-year fan convention.
And to continue, ” In the end, being in a relationship is not going to lead to anything because it will always be platonic. They will never be able to sleep together. It is not necessarily because they are brothers and sisters. It’s because Jérémy can’t do it and Celia can’t do it either. They have a relationship that doesn’t need to be described and named. They understand themselves. “.
The answer has the merit of being clear but as always in soaps, a turnaround is always possible.