FranÃ§ois Cluzet at the CÃ©sar Awards 2014
21 September 1955 |
What's interesting for me is that I generally consider myself to be more of a physical actor, and I'm somebody that doesn't really want to use the dialogue but prefers to act through my body, and then sometimes when I have a script, I look and kind of throw away the dialogue and I just look at how I can expressive it through my body.
I think there's a kind of love relationship between an actor and an audience, and this is something I really feel with the audiences in France.
I'm an actor who isn't fond of dialogue and who loves to act silently.
I think that in France, we really admire American films, we admire their drive, we admire the modernity and ellipsism in the film and the writing and the style of acting, and we look at them perhaps in a way to see what we can steal from them, too, to make our own films more modern.