In full preparation for her new show on France 2, titled Les temps changent, Faustine Bollaert could not help but wink at Jean-Luc Delarue, the former host of It is discussed, of which she was inspired a lot.
Used to discussing painful subjects in her daily show It starts today on France 2, Faustine Bollaert is preparing to put their experience to work in a program called The times are changing, its new premium on public service. Inspired by It is discussed, the cult program hosted by Jean-Luc Delarue in the 1990s and 2000s, this program which will be broadcast in November will be devoted to the subject of abused childhood, as the host explained this Monday, September 13 to our colleagues from Star TV. Cut into two parts, the show will involve witnesses on the set, but a documentary will also be broadcast, on the evolution “of this subject of society”.
“There are encrusts more moving than others …”
And it is by unveiling some images of the shoot on Monday that the host wanted to pay a tribute to the one who was one of his models, Jean-Luc Delarue, who died in 2012. For the needs of his show, Faustine Bollaert was therefore digitally encrusted on the set of It is discussed, which a few years ago devoted an issue to victims of pedophilia. Images that will be reused, but which upset the host … “There are encrusts more moving than others …” she writes on Instagram, sharing this moment in pictures. “Thought for the entire Reservoir Prod team” she adds, winking at the production house created by Jean-Luc Delarue, and who will produce The times are changing.
“Wink”, “respect”, “Jean-Luc Delarue”
“Wink”, “respect”, “Jean-Luc Delarue”, writes again the anchor woman of France 2. Faced with all these emotions, the one who will soon present Journey to the center of memory may well need to use his methods to not be overcome by emotion! Techniques that she uses frequently for the shoots of It starts today, as she explains to Star TV. “I have a lot of rituals that allow me to drop out afterwards. For difficult issues, I prepare beforehand. We talk about it with my producer and I think about what I’m going to hear a lot so as not to be too gripped by what they say to me. It allows me to arrive armed to face these emotions“