It was enough of a click. In an interview with le Parisien , the comedian Blanche Gardin looks back at the birth of his first show entitled, It is necessary that I speak to you in 2014. It all starts in a hospital room psychiatric. After a breakup, Blanche Gardin suffers from depression and tries to treat. "A shrink suggested I write a kind of biography, an exercise meant to move the point of view by the recontextualization and formalization in writing of the emotions," she says. But the cursor had to leave too far, and these are jokes of a dark novel that came out."read also : Blanche Gardin, the comedian who resists
She finds out then the show of Louis C. K and comes to forge a link with his style. "I immediately designed in my head a relationship of an intensity crazy with him. It is as if I had the sub-text of all the jokes. His work I was allowed to start the mine as an artist", she explains. She gets the idea to write in English out of the hospital to try his luck in the "real" country of the stand-up, the United States. "Mostly, I was dead scared at the idea of my considerations egocentric do not interest the French public, the stand-up intimate to the anglo-saxon are still not really developed in France", she confesses.
With the help of a friend, Blanche Gardin reflects, develops his ideas and get to create of all parts a show. Success is not really at the rendez-vous : "I was not null, void, but I was still big duds". When Yacine Belhousse, a comedian she met at the Jamel Comedy Club, he offers to participate in an evening of "first times", the clicks. "I was terrified at the idea of going on stage in French. That evening, at the time when I said "good Evening" in French, everything is illuminated. I was a ball of 100 kg around the foot by wanting to play in English. And all of a sudden, while speaking French, it seemed possible. I made myself a rip off to me somehow."read also : Blanche Gardin sees life in black-on-Channel +
Alain Degois, the first director of Jamel Debbouze and more known under the name of Grandpa, then in the life of Blanche Gardin. "He had proposed to put me in the scene before, but I didn't feel ready. I was still not, but I said yes." After reading hundreds of pages, the stage director gives him confidence and makes him understand that what she does has meaning.
"One day, I said to Grandpa : "I'm too scared, I can not get smiling on stage and launching a hello enthusiastic audience !" He said, “Well, don't do it ! Come as you are."" Without smiling once, the comedian Blanche Gardin book to the stage for her first show with his characteristic style. Today, the comedian sold out, is increasingly present in cinema, and has won two Molières in two years. All with a simple click.
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