During an interview with Madame Figaro, published on September 2, Sophie Marceau made many confidences on her career as an actress, but also on her feelings at the idea of being constantly watched.
From an early age, Sophie Marceau found herself in the spotlight. Her acting career took off when she was only 13 years old. Since then, she has acted in more than forty films, lent her features to all kinds of characters and even went behind the camera by becoming a director. Sophie Marceau is one of those multi-talented women who turn everything they touch into gold. However, the 54-year-old actress does not want to be a model for the fairer sex. “It’s a responsibility that I don’t want“, she confided in the columns of Madame Figaro, in an interview published on September 2, before adding: “I’m not supposed to be anywhere other than a screen.“Despite his status as a French star, overexposure is far from a pleasure.”Actresses also have the right to the voting booth“, she told the magazine, before explaining:”I don’t see why we should constantly answer personal questions, give our opinion on social or political considerations. “
A “bruised” woman
This great media coverage, where each of his gestures is watched under the magnifying glass, made it “more suspicious“, but above all “more bruised“. Always with Madame Figaro, Charlotte and Vincent’s mother shared her sorrows. “When you are photographed without your knowledge as soon as you leave your home and drones park in front of your windows, there is something to fold in on you, no ? “, she expressed regretfully. She nevertheless admitted that she was not”Savage“, but that she wanted to”protect“. For the actress, this overexposure is quite simply”insupportable“.
As Sophie Marceau revealed, she never sought to attract all eyes. She always liked discretion. “As a child, I cried in all the class photos. As soon as I saw a camera I felt like my soul was being stolen“, she confessed, before adding:”I wasn’t dreaming of that at all, no, not at all. I dreamed of being quiet, independent, of traveling. Being in the light, being the one we’re looking at, it’s not in my nature“If the interpreter of Vic Beretton in the Boom is one of the most talented actresses of her generation and is adored by millions of fans, she explained”not to be an actress in life at allThis cinema icon is both Sophie Marceau and Sophie Maupu [son véritable nom de famille, ndlr].