Director Nicolas Bedos in Rome in 2019. -

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A call to stop masks and barrier gestures!

The day after the announcement of new measures in certain areas aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, Nicolas Bedos published a text on Thursday on the networks in which he expresses his fed-up with the situation, which is controversial on the Web.

- Nicolas Bedos (@ nicolasbedos1) September 24, 2020

“Okay, come on, let's be frank: Stop everything.




Except in front of your very fragile parents (when they wish it, which was not the case of my father, bruised to death to be deprived of our love) ”, he begins, alluding to the death of his father, Guy Bedos, last May, at the age of 85.

"Live your life, get sick"

The director invites the French to form clusters: “Live thoroughly, get sick, go to restaurants, yell at the cops, contradict your bosses and cowardly government directives.

We must now live, even if it means dying (our elders need our tenderness more than our precautions).

We stop stopping.

We live.

WE love.

We have a fever.

We are going forward.

We are withdrawing from the gray area.

It is not the color of our hearts.


A message judged by a majority of Internet users as "stupid", "selfish" and "irresponsible".

"I imagine that caregivers who died from Covid while trying to keep other infected patients alive would also like to continue to taste their lives," said one of them.


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