“My mother (Martine Sersiron, Editor’s note) was not just anyone. She was very beautiful, cultured and courageous, having joined the Resistance at 19.
She was an adventurer, a businesswoman, publicist, journalist, CBS correspondent in Asia, writer, published by Corti and Flammarion. Very professional, she had a very free life, which did not prevent her from raising two children.
As a girl, I functioned like her, finding it normal to have a family while pursuing my career. I always felt like I had him by my side, like someone who understood me.
She didn’t inspire me artistically, but I owe her everything. Freedom, commitment. As soon as I want to do something, I go all the way. “