"It was not very friend with the religion, but very moved by the churches". It is by his words that Nicolas Bedos has announced on Twitter that a ceremony will be held on Thursday 4 June at 14.30 in the church of Saint-Germain-des-Prés (Paris Life), to make a last tribute to his father who disappeared Thursday, may 28, at the age of 85 years. A ceremony in an area he "surveyed with joy".
The actor and comedian was suffering from Alzheimer's disease, and to recognize, unfortunately, most of his relatives during the last days of his life, as revealed by The Obs. In September 2015, he mentioned his last time in "One is not lying". He said, he wished to have recourse to euthanasia.
"I chose my doctor assassin. (...) I would not like to suffer, I don't want to be a burden to my family and friends, etc, so I would like to choose when I leave. There are different ways to go. We can commit suicide, simply. You can ask a doctor to make us leave. Here, I want to go in beauty," said the artist, who, in one of his sketches, used to say do not want to be locked in a box or cremated. He added this message to her four children : "get out of that !"
More seriously, it has made several wills before his death. That the square of his childhood in Algiers is baptized in his name. "Around the age of 13 years, this is where I open the head by sliding in the flowers", was smiling-it. And to rest in the cemetery of Lumio, Balagne (High-Corsican) that he named nicely his "Algeria as a spare. Guy Bedos is based a few kilometres of Michel Rocard, who died in 2016 and whose ashes have been buried at Monticello.
In his book, At a time when blackens the campaign, released in 2017 at the editions Fayard, the comedian had alluded to this approximation. This communion of the spirit. "I learn from the news on television that Michel Rocard is going to be cremated, and his ashes will be buried in Monticello, Corsica, he wrote. Decidedly, our fates will be crossed until the end, my dear Michel. You know, my grave is waiting for me in the cemetery of Lumio, this village that you loved so much. For a little bit, I would say : "immediately"..."
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