On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the Leboncoin site, Catherine Deneuve is back on the small screen, more than a year after her stroke.
In an advertising spot broadcast since Monday, the 77-year-old actress praises the merits of the website thanks to her collection of porcelain chickens.
For the 15th anniversary of the Leboncoin site, Catherine Deneuve is back on the screen.
The actress praises the merits of the website bringing together classified ads, through this clip proudly illustrating her with a collection of porcelain hens.
A collection of more than 500 pieces, which Catherine Deneuve takes care of.
We discover her in this short film of 1'43 minutes, dressed in a green sweater that highlights her complexion, facing three advertisers who try to convince her to participate in an advertisement for the 15th anniversary of the Leboncoin site.
The bargain-hunting side of the actress does not take long to show itself with this piece entirely dedicated to her collection.
The film is directed by Éric Lartigau and has already been viewed tens of thousands of times on YouTube since it was posted.
The director, known for having directed the film
La Famille Bélier
, said he was "happy" to find the actress on a film set.
A return expected after a stroke in November 2019
Catherine Deneuve's passion for chickens is no longer a secret.
Five years ago, during a fitting at Yves Saint-Laurent, the actress lamented having lost all her hens, devoured by a fox a few days earlier.
Victim of an ischemic vascular accident in November 2019, Catherine Deneuve had spent ten days in the hospital before staying a few months at home to regain her strength.
If the actress resumed filming of the film
In her lifetime
, by Emmanuelle Bercot, in July 2020, she had not yet had the opportunity to make an appearance on French television.
It is now done.