Claude Lelouch Married Valerie Perrin: Director Strange Secrets of Fidelity

Claude Lelouch Married Valerie Perrin: Director Strange Secrets of Fidelity

Invited on the set of e Touche pas à mon poste this Tuesday, January 18th, Claude Lelouch is captivated in love. In a relationship with Valérie Perrin for over 15 years, the director gave his vision of loyalty, in somewhat surprising words.

Claude Lelouch He is the man who has been in love. Since 2006 the director who has just signed his fiftieth film, He shares his life with a journalist and novelist Valerie PerrinSurprisingly met. Indeed, while being questioned by a journalist, the director received a letter written by a fan of his work. “It is true that my ego was so flattered that it was a statement to my cinema.”, he said in the Vivement dimanche two years ago, adding:I saw a great style and thought to myself: “But who writes well?” I was obsessed with style.”. Thanks to a friend, he was finally able to find a connection with the young woman, and since then, the two lovers have not left each other.

However, before meeting his current partner, Claude Lelouch He had many love stories and adventures in his life. Relationships that also shaped his film work and inspired many stories. And this Tuesday, January 18, in a group Don’t touch my TV, Matteo Delormo wanted to ask him a question. “You depict love as a person, but I always have the impression that you speak of many love, as if we had many in a lifetime. You don’t believe in loyalty?, asked the columnist. Then the director explained his view of loyalty.

Claude Lelouch: “We can have a right to several stories”

Love is a religion in which there are more followers than believers. And Love is like a drug. So we can have many stories right, but each time we have to take in more. There is no turning back”In his own words, leaving the program’s columnists in doubt, before adding: “That’s why you have the right to make love all your life, and you have the right to love stories all your life, but it’s a drug, and every time you have to do it or the person who hits records.” We conclude:Every time we go back to childhood until we rediscover things. We begin to appreciate the present.” Everyone is now free to make their own interpretation.

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Since 2006, the director shared his life with journalist and novelist Valery Perin, met in an amazing way.

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Indeed, while being questioned by a journalist, the director received a letter written by a fan of his work.

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Thanks to a friend, he was finally able to find a connection with the young woman, and since then, the two lovers have not left each other.

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However, before meeting his current partner, Claude Lelouch had many love stories and adventures in his life.

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Relationships that also shaped his film work and inspired many stories.

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And on this Tuesday, January 18th, on the set of Touche and not in my post, Matteo Delormo wanted to ask him a question about him.

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“I always get the impression that you talk about many love, as if we’re going to have many of them in a lifetime. You don’t believe in fidelity?” asked the columnist.

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Claude Lelouch replied, “Love is like a drug. So you can have the right to many stories, but each time you have to take more. There is no going back.”

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“That’s why we have the right to make love all our lives, we have the right to love stories all our lives,” continued Claude Lelouch

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“But it’s dope, and every time, whoever arrives has to break records,” added Claude Lelouch.

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Claude Lelouch concluded, “Every time we go back to childhood so we rediscover things. We begin to appreciate the present.”

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