The appearances of Vanessa Paradis and Samuel Benchetrit are extremely rare but it is to present a common project that the actress and the director, both aged 48, made an exception at the Cannes Film Festival this Saturday, July 10, 2021.
Married since 2018, Vanessa Paradis and Samuel Benchetrit worked together on the film This music doesn’t play for anyone, presented today during a photocall, under the Cannes Première label. The day before, the trailer for this dramatic comedy – which will be in our cinemas on September 29 – was unveiled.
For this achievement combining art and violence, Samuel Benchetrit not only surrounded himself with his wife but also with his son Jules (23 years old), born of his love affair with Marie Trintignant, who died in 2003 after being struck by his companion at the time, Bertrand Cantat. Father and son shared a touching bond during the photocall at Cannes. The complicity, more timid, of Vanessa Paradis and Samuel Benchetrit was also there.
The actress and singer opted for a low-cut floral dress paired with a pair of red high-heeled sandals. Natural beauty, Vanessa Paradis was visibly very happy to find Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi, who had climbed the steps of Cannes the day before with the film The divide. The two actresses let their beautiful closeness express itself in front of the photographers.
JoeyStarr is also in the cast of This music does not play for anyone. The 53-year-old actor and singer – who is currently filming the sequel to Substitute, an original fiction that was a hit on TF1 when it was first broadcast – appeared in great shape, taking many selfies during the photocall. The cast of Samuel Benchetrit’s new film is also completed by François Damiens, Ramzy Bédia, Gustave Kerven, Bouli Lanners (Hippocrates) …
Vanessa Paradis under pressure
In an interview with Marie Claire in July 2020, Vanessa Paradis had confided in her collaboration with her husband to This music does not play for anyone. “At the moment, it gives me even more nervousness! And it puts the pressure, had confided the star. I feel like I have to do more. To be the person who disappoints him or who puts his film in the air … that would be terrible! “
“It can put more pressure, she then confided last June in the show Boomerang hosted by Augustin Trapenard on France Inter. The two spouses also worked together for the play. Mom to be discovered at the start of the next school year. We know each other so well that we know what phrases to say to get straight to the point faster. When you love people, and people love you, you give your best even more. We surpass ourselves, we are more generous, we are also more confident. We are freer and we are less afraid of being ridiculous. Afterwards, for me, I’m even more afraid of disappointing, of not doing well. And he should be asked! “, Johnny Depp’s ex had added.
The pressure, Vanessa Paradis may have felt it once again when presenting the film in Cannes with her husband …