While the next episodes of “Tomorrow belongs to us” will be devoted to Chloé and Andréa, in parallel, Flore (Anne Caillon) will sink more and more because of her breakup with Alex. Going so far as to commit a desperate gesture?
As the narrative ark dedicated to Aurore (Julie Debazac) and her sister Zoé is about to come to an end, Tomorrow belongs to us will switch from Wednesday to a great thriller intrigue centered on Andréa (Aurélien Foubert), the Delcourt babysitter. , whose invasive behavior will gradually worry Chloé (Ingrid Chauvin).
But the next episodes of the daily soap opera of TF1, which will see Clément Rémiens make his comeback in the role of Maxime, will also be marked by the disastrous consequences of the break between Alex (Alexandre Brasseur) and Flore (Anne Caillon).
Left for the weekend in Venice to clear her mind, Flore will indeed return to Sète in the episode of Tomorrow belongs to us tonight. And if she is going to look good, swearing to Bart (Hector Langevin) that she has already experienced much worse things and that she has always managed to get up, her wound will this time be very difficult to heal.
“She finds herself as a child and she loses her footing. It’s so brutal what happens, she has a feeling of abandonment because Alex quickly goes back to live with his family. Flore feels real despair”, Anne Caillon recently confided in an interview with TV Star.
“She’s going to go bad and go down quite deep, I can tell you that. Flore is going to seek help from everything sensitive to her: her son Bart, although he leads his life, Anna.. . even Chloe. She experiences immense loneliness. She is totally helpless and lost”.
“It is to be expected that it will dive very very low…”, concludes the interpreter of Flore. And she obviously didn’t lie since, according to Newsactual, Flore will completely sink and will make a desperate gesture in the episode which will be offered this Thursday, January 20 on TF1.
After violently slapping Alex and declaring her love to him again in vain, Flore goes to the hospital storage room to steal some medicine. However, her plans will be thwarted by Anna (Maud Baecker) and Cédric (Julien Cheminade) who will surprise her. Bart’s mother will then claim that she has a horrible headache and was simply looking for painkillers.
However, visibly determined to end her life, Flore will go on to plan B. In the evening, she will indeed go to the farmhouse, climb on a stool, and hang herself with the help of a rope. Will Flore die? Or will she be rescued in time by someone close to her? Answer at the end of the week in Tomorrow belongs to us.