On August 8 in Un si grand soleil, after his arrest, Jacques makes a terrible decision, while Claire discovers that her father is having an affair with his sworn enemy, Hélène.
In the episode ofsuch a big sun Monday, August 8, Victor (Bertrand Farge) wonders if he wouldn’t do better to say the truth to Claire (Mélanie Maudran) concerning her romance with Hélène (Sophie Le Tellier) but she thinks it’s a bad idea. She doesn’t want him to fall out with her daughter because of her. But naturally optimistic, Victor is convinced that with time, Claire will soften. Later, the person concerned goes to the straw hut at the request of her father. Victor then announces to her that he has seen Hélène again and that he intends to continue seeing her. Claire, who quickly understands that her father and Hélène are sleeping together, is stunned. But it’s not just about sex.
Victor explains to his daughter that something strong is going on between him and Hélène and that he does not want to give it up because she is still angry with him. He thinks thatit’s time for Claire to move on, but she refuses to hear him. At the hospital, Claire decides to confront Hélène, being convinced that she wants to hurt her father. She warns her: she won’t let her. When Florent (Fabrice Deville) comes home, Claire admits to being exhausted. Everyone is against her, seeming to forget how far Hélène has gone in her madness. She even wants to cut ties with her father. Florent points out that it wouldn’t be a good idea, because Victor will seek comfort from Hélène, which will create an even stronger bond between them.
After his arrest, Jacques makes a terrible decision
It is late when an employee of Jacques Mourre’s (Olivier Pages) farm contacts Marc (César Méric) to warn him of his father’s arrest. Marc paces around wondering how his father could find himself in such a situation and, on the advice of Myriam (Pauline Paolini), decides toinform his son (Sylvain Boccara) of the situation. Jacques was placed in police custody because he falsified a contract from L Cosmétiques to obtain a cash facility from his bank. Both the company and the bank therefore filed a complaint. It is Elise (Malya Roman) who auditions Jacques in the presence of his lawyer, Johanna Lemeur (Aurore Delplace). Overwhelmed, he admits the facts with which he is accused, before being justified. He considers that he had no other choice if he wanted to avoid bankruptcy. Accused of forgery and use of forgery, Jacques risks up to three years in prison and a fine of 45,000 euros. There is also a point that Elise would like to clarify. The checks were triggered following an anonymous denunciation by email, Elise asks the accused if he confided in someone about his intention to make a forgery in writing. Jacques is silent but he made the connection with Léonor (Maeva Pasquali).
Marc drops Louis off at the tennis club, while trying to reassure him about his grandfather’s fate. While Marc is discussing this subject with Léonor, the latter admits to him that Jacques had put her in her confidence. Above all, she throws at him thatshe does not understand how he could let his partner file a complaint against his father. But Marc assures him that Myriam has nothing to do with it. It was Elisabeth (Chrystelle Labaude) who made this decision. For his part, Jacques was heard by judge Alphand (Marie-Gaëlle Cals). He is indicted but remains free until his trial. Johanna will point to extenuating circumstances. However, his client believes that his life is now over. He cannot bring himself to part with his farm, contrary to what Johanna advises him. A little after, the man burst into tears. At nightfall, driving his car, Jacques leaves a message on Louis’ answering machine in which he tells him that he loves him and that he hopes he can forgive him. He then takes off his seat belt and fully depresses the accelerator pedal. He cries, closes his eyes and his car ends its race against a pillar.
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