August 19, 2022

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Sophie Durocher critiques Arlette’s picture with Maripier Morin, and her text goes unnoticed

Sophie Durocher critiques Arlette's picture with Maripier Morin, and her text goes unnoticed

Columnist Sophie Durocher gave her opinion on Maripierre Morin’s presence in the film Arlette This Monday and its text, You can read it hereDidn’t go unnoticed.

She speaks exclusively A review of the film published in La Presse. ” Half of his ”review” is a purposeful interrogation of Marilope Wolff, who dared to take on such a controversial actress and accept the role. What a disgusting little priest! »

She then adds: “Is it too early for the rehabilitation of Maripier Morin?” A law press columnist seriously asked the question.

But who is to judge, what are the deadlines dictated by good morals? »

Sophie Durocher also shares her thoughts on Mariup Wolff’s film. ” We can appreciate it if we take it as a big story with archetypal characters, exaggerations and caricatures.

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After watching series like House of Cards or Borgen, which brilliantly explore the Machiavellianism of politics, let’s just say that Arlette lacks depth.. »

And Maripier Morin? It’s neither too good nor too bad. That’s right, no more “, she bids.

She only touched me in the scene where she cries about politics, “I didn’t think it would be this hard.”

In my armchair, during filming, I thought Morin would tell himself that this line applies to cultural milieu as well. »

Naturally, his column generated a lot of reactions on the site Montreal Journal. Some completely agree with Sophie Durocher, while others completely disagree. One thing is certain: his text makes people react. Moreover, the Montreal Journal Closed comments on Facebook to prevent overflow.

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Remember that Maripier Morin did his first TV interview after his controversial visit Everyone talks about it last week Here we bring you our views on this meeting between the actress and Patrice Bélanger.