Do Not Disturb: French comedy challenges friends to shoot gay porn film

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Do Not Disturb: French comedy challenges friends to shoot gay porn filmGet short URLLink copied to clipboardemail story to a friendprint versionPublished: 07 February, 2013, 19:07

French actor Francois Cluzet (13.3Mb)embed videoA new risqué comedy Do Not Disturb depicts a pair of male friends planning to make an amateur gay porn film. One of the leading lights of French cinema, Francois Cluzet, told RT why he accepted the role in the remake of Lynn Shelton’s Humpday.­“The challenge is always to surprise oneself. What I like about this profession is variety. I hate doing something that I’ve already done. I try to diversify the roles I choose to surprise myself. What seduced me to accept the role in Do Not Disturb was that it would be a little daring. I like this idea after The Intouchables, which was a compassionate film to a degree, I could do something completely different, to say, I’m not this good person you take me for, I’m a terrible pervert. I think its part of our profession. And when it’s only to promote oneself as a hero, it doesn’t do it for me. I think actors represent all humanity, with all its beauty and ugliness. Playing good characters is not the be-all and end-all. I like the idea that we can discover ourselves. Acting is much more than a personal publicity campaign,” the actor told RT.Laëtitia Casta, Yvan Attal and Francois Cluzet­How does one prepare for an ambiguous role the one in Do Not Disturb?“We are all ambiguous. Fortunately, we are. Without this ambiguity and fantasy, without our dreams and nightmares, life would be lacking in paradox,” Cluzet replied.Does he always feel relaxed in front of the camera?“It’s not what I seek – to feel at ease in front of the camera. It depends on the situation. But if the situation demands that I feel comfortable, I strive to do it,” the actor explained.Do Not Disturb (image from kinopoisk.ru)­According to Cluzet, “talent is not something you’re born with.”“When you have great desire, you have great talent, with little desire – little talent. So the director who gives you extra desire on set, also gives you some extra talent. There are directors who love their actors, and those who need them. When you work with the latter, you often find yourself to be the only one having the desire. But it’s also part of our profession. It’s chaotic, not all encounters in our life are sublime,” he told RT.Last year the French comedy The Intouchables became the highest-grossing non-English language movie in Europe making the lead actor Cluzet one of the most sough-after French stars.Do Not Disturb (image from kinopoisk.ru)­“Confidence goes hand in hand with success. When you become successful, you also gain recognition and trust from others. But be careful, it’s not a title cast in stone, being a revered actor, it can change. I think it’s always better to keep your enthusiasm and not to take decisions only for financial reasons. Turn to those you admire. Remember, good people are always there for you,” the 57 year-old actor advised.­Valeria Paikova, RT”);
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Francois Cluzet and actor/director Yvan Attal in Do Not Disturb­“The challenge is always to surprise oneself. What I like about this profession is variety. I hate doing something that I’ve already done. I try to diversify the roles I choose to surprise myself. What seduced me to accept the role in Do Not Disturb was that it would be a little daring. I like this idea after The Intouchables, which was a compassionate film to a degree, I could do something completely different, to say, I’m not this good person you take me for, I’m a terrible pervert. I think its part of our profession. And when it’s only to promote oneself as a hero, it doesn’t do it for me. I think actors represent all humanity, with all its beauty and ugliness. Playing good characters is not the be-all and end-all. I like the idea that we can discover ourselves. Acting is much more than a personal publicity campaign,” the actor told RT.Laëtitia Casta, Yvan Attal and Francois Cluzet­How does one prepare for an ambiguous role the one in Do Not Disturb?“We are all ambiguous. Fortunately, we are. Without this ambiguity and fantasy, without our dreams and nightmares, life would be lacking in paradox,” Cluzet replied.Does he always feel relaxed in front of the camera?“It’s not what I seek – to feel at ease in front of the camera. It depends on the situation. But if the situation demands that I feel comfortable, I strive to do it,” the actor explained.Do Not Disturb (image from kinopoisk.ru)­According to Cluzet, “talent is not something you’re born with.”“When you have great desire, you have great talent, with little desire – little talent. So the director who gives you extra desire on set, also gives you some extra talent. There are directors who love their actors, and those who need them. When you work with the latter, you often find yourself to be the only one having the desire. But it’s also part of our profession. It’s chaotic, not all encounters in our life are sublime,” he told RT.Last year the French comedy The Intouchables became the highest-grossing non-English language movie in Europe making the lead actor Cluzet one of the most sough-after French stars.Do Not Disturb (image from kinopoisk.ru)­“Confidence goes hand in hand with success. When you become successful, you also gain recognition and trust from others. But be careful, it’s not a title cast in stone, being a revered actor, it can change. I think it’s always better to keep your enthusiasm and not to take decisions only for financial reasons. Turn to those you admire. Remember, good people are always there for you,” the 57 year-old actor advised.­Valeria Paikova, RT

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