Jean Philippe Dion was on the film sets of the show Good evening last Monday. Animator, Jean Philippe WauthierHe asked his guest a fairly direct question.
In fact, he asked him if the industry had been too harsh on him Maripier Morin.
” I don’t feel like talking about the past »
” I don’t feel like talking about the past ‘ he answered first.
” I think Maripier should come back, should be able to go back to work “, he added.
” I think that in life you have to know how to forgive. She has done a lot of personal work. I’m not his spokesperson, but… I do mental health work, I help people out of there to get resources, I say to myself: Maripier, that’s it. She had life problems, she did what she had to do to deal with them, treat them, is it cured? I do not know. It’s hers but I really think she went elsewhere and I still wish for her to repeat the job she really loves. “.
Note that Maripier Morin will soon be back on the big screen in the brand new film Arletterealized by Mariloup Wolfe.
The feature film, also stars Gilbert Sicotte, David The Hague, Paul Ahmarani, Benoit Briere, Claudia Ferri, Bruno Marcel, Anne Casabonne, as well as the kind participation of Lara Fabian and Micheline Lanctot and many others. It hits theaters on August 5th.
Let’s remember the story ofArlette It’s going ok: Arlette Saint-Amour is approached by the Quebec Premier to rejuvenate his government’s image and becomes culture minister overnight. She manages to create a real buzz around culture through her looks and boldness. Recklessly, she doesn’t hesitate to confront the most powerful of them all: the Treasury Secretary. Their files are fights, but their confrontation is a real war, because in the end this film revolves around a big theme: the power of the image. Arlette takes us behind the scenes of the National Assembly, where the crazy meets the serious, where comedy embraces drama.”
Last May, during his visit to Good eveningthe actress and director spoke again about having her choice Maripier Morin headlining the film.
” There’s a woman who preceded me in auditions. It must be said that I, Maripier, knew her very little, she was not someone who belonged to my circle of friends, I got to know her professionally. She came before me, the director, to audition for the role and she was a woman who moved me in the audition she presented to me. She touched me with the work she offered me and she didn’t pass an audition or two, she passed four. And during that process of four auditions, well, I asked myself a lot of questions ‘ she confirmed.
And did you watch yourself? Good evening last Monday?