Entertainment: "Frankenstein Junior", "The Lights of the City": films from François Morel's life

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Dans l'émission cinéma d'Europe 1, © JOEL SAGET / AFP In the cinema program of Europe 1, "CLAP!", A guest lends himself each week in a cinema questionnaire on the films of his life. On Saturday, it was the comedian and author François Morel who answered Mathieu Charrier's questions.

Every Saturday for an hour in CLAP !, the cinema specialist of Europe 1, Mathieu Charrier, takes a tour of the news of the seventh art. Each week, a guest, whether or not from the world of cinema, submits to a personal questionnaire on the films of his life. On Saturday, the comedian and author François Morel, who has just released two books, The dictionary in love with the useless, and All sailors are singers, played the game.

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Your first memory of cinema

"The first time I went to the cinema, it was to see La cuisine aueurre, with Fernandel and Bourvil because my parents systematically went to see Bourvil's films, the nearby actor

Your craziest movie shoot

It was a Mel Brooks movie, Frankenstein Junior, seen in the 1970s. I didn't get it all, but it was the first time I I discovered Marty Feldman, and I especially remember the bursts of laughter from the English. I had never seen a theater laugh at this point, it was crazy and wonderful.

The movie you would have liked to see at the cinema

I would say The Exit of the Lumière factory in Lyon. It must have been extraordinary to see to see those first images, to be fascinated. The magic of cinema was at work.

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The movie you would like to live in

Maybe a Jacques Tati movie. In My Uncle, or Feast Day. It's such a reinvented, burlesque world and it's quite tender.

The Cult Movie You've Never Seen

I've never seen Star Wars, but I would have to see it. At first it's not the kind of movie that particularly appeals to me and so I let it go, but I'll try to see it before I die.

The most beautiful movie scene

In The Lights of the City, when the former blind man recognizes Chaplin. It is one of the most beautiful scenes in cinema which moves me every time. The characters are of great purity and the story is heartbreaking. There is also a kind of perfection in the directing which is extremely moving.

Your favorite director

I would have loved to work with Chabrol. I really like his mind. I would have liked to know him because I think he had a sense of life and brotherhood that you get in his films, and he did some masterpieces.

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The film that you would recommend to your best friend

I would hesitate between two films: Tandem, by Patrice Leconte, and La Fin du jour with Michel Simon and Louis Jouvet. Michel Simon is amazing, it's funny and heartbreaking, it's a film that I love.

The film that you would recommend to your worst enemy

Ma Loute, by Bruno Dumont. It was like a demonstration of how professional actors are so much worse than the people you pick up on the street. I didn't find the project great, and at the same time I remember some of the footage that I found to be very strong visually ... But overall, I found most of the main actors to be very bad.

The soundtrack that has marked your life the most

The music of the 400 Coups, by Truffaut. Besides, he has said bad things about his composer and this music, and I think he's wrong because it's very nice music. Jean Constantin was a wonderful melodist, and he is an artist that I really like. He was a bit of a jazzman and had such a singularity when he sang his songs that I love this character. "

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