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Tomorrow Belongs to Us: Revelations, Anecdotes… A look back at the special event organized for the series’ 5th anniversary.

“I leave it for tomorrow”. On these few notes of Vianney’s signed credits, which started this Saturday, July 2, at the Cité des Sciences et de l’industrie de la Villette, Paris, tomorrow’s first fan convention, organized by TF1 for this day, belongs to us. In connection with the 5th anniversary of the series.

A little early to celebrate this anniversary – the series started on July 17, 2017 – Ingrid Chauvin (Chloe), Alexandre Brasser (Alex), Hector Langevin (Bart), Maud Becker (Anna), Sammy Gharbi (Karim), Solenn Hébert (Victoire), Julie DeBazac (Aurore), Clémence Lasalles (Charlie), Sahel de Figueiredo (Nori), as well as the “little new ones” Jennifer Lorre (Raphaele), Charlotte Gacchio (Audrey), Emmanuel Moir (Francois), Adrien Robb (Damien), Ader ( Nathan) and Maxime Leloux (Jordan) gathered in front of less than 1,000 people, sometimes traveling from the other side of France.

The show will feature a question-and-answer session hosted by Christophe Bogran, discussions with the public, shooting anecdotes and teasing future intrigue. However, minutes into the event, which was supposed to start at 13:00, the convention came close to being canceled due to a lack of “security personnel” and in particular firefighters to ensure everyone’s safety. But luckily, the problem was quickly resolved and fans were able to meet the person who makes their dream come true every evening at 19:20 on TF1.

“It went really fast. We originally planned for 3 months, a summer saga, and now it’s been 5 years, it’s pretty incredible”, confides in our mic Sammy Gharby on the sidelines of the panel and signing session. During more than an hour of exchanges between Christophe Beaugrand and the 15 actors present, everyone who was part of the adventure from the beginning, such as Maude Becker or Ingrid Chauvin, seems to share this feeling of a storm that has gone too quickly. Which is hard to measure, but after 1200 episodes it still fills you with the same happiness and joy.

Since 2017, at a pace of departures and artistic revivals, like last summer, the historical figures of Tomorrow Belongs to Us have been joined by new faces, such as the Roussel and Perrault families, represented this Saturday by Charlotte Gacchio, Maxime Leloux. and Jennifer Lorre. and between the latter and Ingrid Chauvin (described as “Flagship of the Series” by Christophe Beaugrand), a beautiful friendship was born in front of and behind the camera.

“Jennifer and I are very close. We met, we tamed each other. We are very similar. We are two mothers, in life as well, and we have the same idea of ​​priorities. Simple and beautiful”Says Ingrid Chauvin about the connection she has with the man who played the lawyer Raphael Perrault for almost a year and who was recently at the heart of the “Emprise” ark, which seems to have greatly affected the public and the whole team.

“it was hard”Jennifer Lorette admits when viewers ask her how she experienced this extremely powerful arch. “It affects a lot of women, men, and we don’t talk about it a lot. It was obviously far away. But it was intense and it affected all of us. As an actor, it was amazing to play.”.

“And once we were in something very psychological”Adds Ingrid Chauvin, whose character Chloe was also involved in the hellish spiral created by Stanislaus. “And we are not used to focus on this aspect in the series. In general, we are more in action, in the extraordinary. And we were there in the emotion, in the human heart, this manipulation, very often multiplied. The game was different and interesting”.

After a montage of the best moments since the show’s launch and the blob of good humor that seems to reign over the Sète series, the cast members of Tomorrow are interviewed about their favorite storylines. And most then deal with so-called “team” arcs that allow multiple members of the big DNA family to come together for multiple episodes.

“My favorite parts are the ones where we were all together”Alexandre Brasserie, who has been in the role of Alex Bertrand since the very first episode, is especially convincing. “The one on the bus, of course. I also liked the plot of the ‘hostages'”.

It is also impossible not to mention the recent death of Louise (Alexandra Naum), from which Hector Langevin clearly has not recovered (“I cried again when I saw the pictures again”). Or the shocking revelation in 2019 about the secret of Lazarus. and the “real” family bond that unites Victoire with her supposed sister Sandrine (Juliet Tressanini).

“I remember very well the day Juliet and I found out about it.”Solen tells Hébert without humor. “Then we were called to the office of the producer, Vincent Meslet. We were facing him, on two movable office chairs. “It’s your mother”, we really jumped and went to the other end of the office. On our wheel chairs (laughs). It’s hard for me today, I never know what to call my family (laughs ) I alternate between “Anna-Marie”, “mother” and “grandmother” with the character of Véronique Jeano..

But let fans rest easy: if the convention was an opportunity to look in the rearview mirror at the past five years, it also gave the stars of tomorrow a chance to do some intrigue that we will discover on screen. This summer.

“it will be fire”promises Adair, whose character will feature heavily in the hut’s decor this summer. “We all remember this, Nathan was pickpocketing last year, but he eventually finds his place in the hut and becomes Charlie’s ally”Teasing her Clémence Lassalas, her “partner in crime” from the series.

Bart, in turn, learns that Roxanne (Raphael Volkoff) is pregnant and that their three-way baby project with Sara (Camille Genau) is becoming a reality. And he will be hard to deal with according to Hector Langevin: “Sarah and Roxanne are excited. But it’s going to be a little harder for Bart to understand, you’ll see him soon. He’s going to have a hard time taking it all in.“.

Finally, a major plot twist of the summer, soon to begin on TF1, will see Samuel (Axel Keener) take the reins. “Many adventures follow Samuel and Victoria in this Hara”teases Solenn Hébert, whose character seems to have had 1,000 adventures since the beginning. “We have a new environment, with horses. We’ve had riding lessons. And there’s going to be a lot of drama and a little bit of love.”. A summer ark that we can’t wait to discover and which will be an opportunity to see Veronika Jano as Anna-Marie Lazarus again.

In short, tomorrow belongs to us, we still have big surprises. And if the writers are clearly never short of ideas, neither are the actors short of imagining their character’s death. “I want to die with all my children. That we’ve had a car accident, something nasty, and that Damian’s tears are falling. So we’ll all go together.”Without hesitation, Charlotte Gachio begins, causing cheers in the room.

After an hour and a half on stage, in the most contagious good mood, and after a few handouts in the room by the actors themselves, it’s time for the long-awaited signing.

In the line that leads them to the various tables where Ingrid, Sammy, Maud, Jennifer or Hector have already started signing, fans of all ages wait patiently for their turn. “We’ve been watching as a family since the first episode”Sylvia, a 38-year-old mother who arrived today from Chartres with her 12-year-old daughter Ines, tells us.

“I really like the topics covered. They are very relevant topics. Homosexuality, harassment, control, battered women”he continues at our microphone. “I watch it with my daughter and it creates a dialogue at home. When you don’t have problems, there are topics that you don’t think to discuss with children. Thanks to the series, we were able to discuss school bullying. In particular”.

61-year-old Veronike admits that she was “came back” With the death of Louise, she never gets tired of new episodes of the series, which she watches with her husband. at your own pace. “In the beginning, he was a little resistant and in the end he didn’t watch a single episode. But we don’t watch it every night. I record it and we have evenings from 3-4 episodes.”.

This sunny Saturday, this early fan will meet the actors he watches every week on TF1 for the first time. “I love them all. But I’m a big fan of Sammy Garby and also Julie DeBazak, who’s great.”. Valentine, he, a young 21-year-old viewer, is not the first meeting with interpreters of Chloe, Alex or Anna. “I often go on holiday to Sète. And I see that everything starts here too. I went to Saint-Laurent-d’Aigouze in May”.

The universe is devoted to Tomorrow Belongs to Us, which, unlike some, wasn’t upset by the changes to its cast over the past year. “I like the stories, the actors and the revivals. There are always changes. I thought it was good to see characters leave and others come in.”.

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For more than two hours, the 15 actors who toured La Villette signed autographs and had a short discussion with their fans. Maxime Leluy, nicknamed Jordan Roussel, has not yet participated in the festival that represented the series, and therefore experiences such a delusion for the first time.

“The first time I met society in this way, it’s pure delirium”He trusts us between two dedications. “We see society differently. It’s better than the image on the street. We can talk to people a little and they’re very happy to see us. It’s great.”.

A pretty crazy experience that the young actor, who entered the series last year, will definitely have the opportunity to relive one day in La Rochelle or in the series Mania.

Because when asked if he is ready for another five years, he answers without hesitation: “Of course. It makes me want to go on and see more”. With the Roussel family, who, judging by the public applause for Maxime and his partner Charlotte Gacchio, seems to have been adopted by the public. And who might soon eclipse the Delcourts? future will show.


Source: allocine

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