Giving her traits to a French teacher like the others who one day falls in love with a 17-year-old student was “the greatest and most demanding challenge” of Evelyne Brochu’s career.
Chanelle “Chouchou” Chouinard sacrifices everything as she succumbs to temptation with Sandrick (Lévi Doré) and destroys her life, family and career, as viewers will find out in this new series from Noovo.
For the actress domestic animal is a “major” production, as is the series confessionwhich she revealed in 2005 when she left the Montreal Conservatory of Dramatic Arts or film Flora coffee of the late Jean-Marc Vallée.
“domestic animal is really one of the great artistic experiences of my life, a big crush. There was such kindness, such rigor on this set, we all loved the project that Simon brought us,” she told QMI Agency.
The Simon in question is Simon Boulerice, who is co-signing domestic animal his first his series for adults.
“Because what’s happening with Chanelle is so amazing, the carpet slips out from under her feet and she loses all control. It’s an emotional journey the likes of which I’ve rarely seen in eight episodes. There was a part of me that needed to go along with this great meeting and from then on all the ramifications it may have had in his life and on his family.
Basically, Chanelle is a “good person” and her relationship with the teenager was unwanted. She has young children with her husband Jeff (Steve Laplante), and in forming a relationship with a teen who shares her love of literature, she must face justice and acknowledge her wrongs.
“I feel like if you do it with heart, intelligence and sensitivity and from multiple angles, you can touch truths that are sometimes harsh, false and uncomfortable, that tell something that shouldn’t have happened,” the actress said .
A series in France, a film in English and a 2nde album
In addition to having shot in parallel Paris police in 1905the continuation of the French series Paris Police 1900, Evelyne Brochu is completely changing the universe these days by starring in English in a romantic comedy bound for the big screen that she can’t speak at the moment. The mother of three young children also finds the time to work with her accomplice Félix Diotte on the 11 songs of her next opus.
“It takes organization! There’s a lot of excitement in my life, my jack of all trades side is very happy and I’m grateful,” she said.
Produced by Pass Go, the eight episodes of domestic animal were produced by Marie-Claude Blouin and Félix Tétreault. In addition to Evelyne Brochu, Lévi Doré and Steve Laplante, the series stars Sophie Cadieux, Patrick Emmanuel Abellard, Kathleen Fortin and Pascale Renaud-Hébert play. The first episode will air on Wednesday, September 14 at 8 p.m. on Noovo.