In “I love what you do”, Gérard Lanvin and Artus respectively play the roles of a popular film actor and a somewhat intrusive fan. Just before the release, Gérard Lanvin told us about an unforgettable meeting with admirers, after a rugby match at the Stade de France…
I love what you do: Artus is a fan of Gérard Lanvin
In I love what you do, the new comedy by Philippe Guillard, Gérard Lanvin plays himself. He is about to shoot in an American film in the south of France, when he unexpectedly meets Momo Zapareto (Artus), a young man a bit of a fan of the actordetermined to make a place for himself alongside his idol.
Thus, after dealing with Benoît Poelvoorde, Gérard Lanvin finds in the person of Artus a new “ball”. To the delight of spectators (see our review).
Gérard Lanvin: his crazy anecdote with fans
Before the film’s theatrical release I love what you do, we met Artus and Gérard Lanvin. The opportunity to ask the two actors if they too had sometimes met somewhat intrusive fans.
And Gérard Lanvin remembered a memorable encounter one evening after a rugby match at the Stade de France.
Indeed, after the victory of the French team in a match of the Six Nations tournament, the actor decides to take a taxi to return home. But not a single vehicle is available. He therefore found himself obliged to return to Paris on foot. On his way, he meets police officers who offer to stop a car to drive him to Porte de la Chapelle.
And he then climbs aboard a 504, in the company of two young people. Shortly before arriving at his destination, the driver looks at his rear view mirror and realizes that his new passenger is none other than Gérard Lanvin, THE Gérard Lanvin of comedy. The ball :
Talking to me, he looks in the mirror and he says “bah p****n! It’s Moltès!” And his friend turns around, he says “oh zyva, it’s Moltès!” and direct, there are laptops. So they call all their friends (…) and it lasted three hours, since they made me go around the neighborhood so as not to be treated as mythos. And so instead of taking twenty minutes, I took a lot longer. But it was nice.
The full interview is available below: