Released this Wednesday, January 19, 2022 in theaters, the movie Love is Better than Life, directed by Claude Lelouch. For this occasion, the famous director gave some secrets about his relationship with Valery Perin, who shares his life for fifteen years.
For fifteen years, Claude Lelouch shares the life of novelist Valérie Perrin. Extremely in love, the person who has been married three times makes surprising discoveries in an interview with S, Sophie Davant’s magazine. “The hardest thing is finding your widow (…) I’ve been running in love for a long time. Finding the one who will stretch out to the end with you is another story. Yes, I found the woman of my lifeand families. Considering that he was not a good husband in the past, the director added: “One thing is for sure, I no longer want to neglect my love life… Previous women were training, I did a lot of jogging …“
Tuesday, January 18, 2022, it’s on show aside That Claude Lelouch mentioned his companion. Then he said:This is the first time I’ve lived with someone who has a tremendous talent. All the women I’ve met have talent, they’re great actresses, but it’s in the essentials. It’s essential because it talks about the little things in life. What matters is the things that are within everyone’s reach.The director added, “I moved”:In her books she explains that happiness is free and luxury is expensive. This touches me a lot. As we approach the finish line, we need the basic and it’s essential. This is what she gave me today and I thank her.“
Claude Lelouch: “I want to leave before I disappoint Valéry”
At 84 years old, the director regularly thinks about death. In an interview given to Paris Match In May 2020, he had already confirmed: “I want to leave before I disappoint Valerie. I hope they send me my termination letter before everything gets worse. I don’t want her to take care of me when I fall. And then, when I die, I will give her so much strength that she will write the most beautiful book in the world.On her part, Valerie Perin remarked: “Despite what Claude says, I will take care of him as best I can. And then we don’t choose. Death is always scandalous. We still say we have to “grieve,” but we do what we can. The hardest thing about physical death is the “skin to skin” disappearing, the smell of the other, and the sound of it. Existence, on the other hand, never dies.“
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