Pierre Arditi becomes a music lover, on screen. In the French dramatic comedy, “Maestro (s)”, in theaters since Wednesday December 7, director Bruno Chiche wanted to tell the story of a father and a son, both conductors in friendly competition and sometimes in deep disagreement.
On the occasion of the preview organized by “l’Obs” at the Silencio des Prés, the French actor answered questions from Jérôme Garcin, head of the Culture department.
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The wine, the cinema, the ass of Jean Carmet… The confidences of Pierre Arditi
In this conversation, the two thirty-year-old “comrades” talk about cinema, theater and share their passion for classical music. Particularly Mozart that Pierre Arditi could “listen to all (his) life” or Scarlatti’s Piano Works, which he rediscovered thanks to Nicolas Bedos, with whom the French actor has just finished filming the “Alphonse” series for Prime Video. Pierre Arditi also evokes his father, an artist-painter, who was a real “beacon” for him.