Solène Delinger 12:18pm, September 18, 2023

Saturday, September 16, 2023, Muriel Robin pushed a big mouth against homophobia in the cinema, during her passage in the show "Quelle époque !", on France 2. The actress explained that she did not make movies because she is homosexual and therefore "not desirable" and "not penetrable". A speech welcomed by his wife Anne Le Nen who gave him her support on social networks.

A speech that viewers are not ready to forget... Saturday night, Muriel Robin pushed a real rant on the set of What time !. Faced with Léa Salamé, the actress strongly denounced homophobia in cinema, with an observation as simple as terrifying: "I do not make cinema because I am homosexual". "If you are homosexual, you are not desirable, you are not penetrable, and when you are not penetrable, in this society, and in the cinema, you are worthless," she explained, arousing emotion on the set.

"In 30 years, I've only been in comedies twice"

"Why are the comedians all silent? I know the French gay actors, (...) and we will never know that they are gay, "lamented the actress. Muriel Robin said she had received only eight proposals to play in the cinema. "In 30 years, I've only been in comedies twice, it's not for nothing," she added before addressing the younger generation: "We must tell young actors and actresses of 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 years old, directors and producers must tell them: 'It's not worth doing this job, They won't make movies.' I don't want them to go through what I went through."

️ "I don't make movies because I'm gay"

✊ The heartbreaking cry of @MurielRobinCOM

"What a time! (@QuelleEpoqueOff) September 16, 2023

A speech that made the buzz on social networks. Hailed by some, criticized by others, Muriel Robin's rant convinced his wife Anne Le Nen who congratulated her on social networks. "Powerful. Brave. Chilling but true. I know what you're talking about... Proud of you my love," the actress wrote in her Instagram story. Muriel Robin and Anne Le Nen have been spinning the perfect love for nearly two decades. Recently invited on the set of C à vous, Muriel Robin had made tender confidences about their love at first sight: "It was a crazy thing, so we were connected. In any case, there was a sign. Both her and I were done. We didn't want to be [in a relationship] with a woman anymore. So, I think we stuck to what we said because we've been happy for seventeen years."