Samuel Le Bihan deprived of cinema because of Alex Hugo? His answer that says a lot…

While he is a hit with Alex Hugo on France 3, Samuel Le Bihan does (almost) no more cinema. The fault with the yet ultra-popular series? His answer that says a lot…

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A hit (deserved): for each of his broadcasts, Alex Hugo unites millions of viewers on France 3. For example, last week, they were 5.47 million to follow the new episode “Mauvais sang” ( dedicated to the production Marion Sarraut), i.e. 24.4% of the public present in front of their television screen. Scores that allowed the public channel to take the lead in audiences, outclassing France has an unbelievable talent on M6 or yet another rebroadcast ofHarry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone on TF1. In short, an unchanging success, which lasts from year to year.

An impressive film career

On the strength of this success, Samuel Le Bihan – who embodies the greenest cop in the PAF even if he does not want to do this all his life – could (should?) have been even more present in the media sphere, and especially in the cinema . Because it is indeed through the seventh art that the latter made himself known, with his role as officer Norbert in Captain Conan, a role that even allowed him to be nominated for the Césars! Then will come, other others, Venus Beauty (Institute), The Pact of the Wolves or comedies Jet set and Three Zeros. Samuel Le Bihan will even tour internationally in The Bridge of King Saint-Louis (with Robert De Niro and Kathy Bates) or The Last Sign with Andie MacDowell and Tim Roth. However, in recent years, the latter has been (much) less present on the big screen…

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Samuel Le Bihan deprived of cinema because of Alex Hugo? His answer that says a lot…

Questioned by Télé 7 Jours on this state of affairs, the latter provided an answer which reveals a certain disappointment. “Would you be a victim of the popularity of Alex Hugo?“our colleagues ask him, to which Samuel Le Bihan replies:”I didn’t feel the directors wanted to work with meHowever, he adds:I’m still in the cast of Mon Chat, a film by Cécile Telerman with Zabou Breiman and Pascal Elbé, which will be released in the spring, and I’m going to start filming this fall on Gueules Noires, a film by Mathieu Turi with Jean-Hugues Anglade“…

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