Did you know that the comedy “Les Tuche 3”, broadcast this Wednesday evening on TMC, had something in common with the last two parts of the Hollywood saga “Hunger Games”? We reveal to you which one.
Difficult, a priori, to be more diametrically opposed than the sagas of the Tuche and the Hunger Games. And yet, there is a common point between these franchises, and more precisely between Les Tuche 3, broadcast this Wednesday evening on TMC, and the last two parts of the fantastic series led by Jennifer Lawrence.
What Les Tuche and The Hunger Games have in common is a filming location: the Château de Voisins, located in the town of Saint-Hilarion in Yvelines. In Les Tuche 3, the building was used as a “lining” for the Elysée Palace, while in Hunger Games: La Révolte: Part 1 and Hunger Games: La Révolte – Part 2, it serves as a backdrop for the home of President Snow, played by Donald Sutherland, as well as the iconic rose garden scene.
For several decades, the Château de Voisins has been used regularly as a filming location, mostly for French productions, from La Totale to Vatel via the recent mini-series Le Bazar de la charité. A building that has the particularity of being often requisitioned to represent the Elysée Palace. This is therefore the case for Les Tuche 3, with a Jeff (Jean-Paul Rouve) who moved there after being elected at the top of the State, but also, in the past, for L’Etat de Grâce and President as well as the Men of the Shadows series.
As a reminder, Les Tuche 4 will be released in French theaters on December 8.
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