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“It was horrible”: Vanessa Paradis cash on her “very violent” debut



This Thursday, July 14, Arte broadcast a documentary dedicated to women who have broken the codes to find a place in the entertainment industry. Entitled Haut les filles, the program notably returned to the start of Vanessa Paradis’ “very violent” career.

As usual, the Arte channel released this Thursday, July 14, a documentary of which she alone has the secret. In his program titled Top Girlsthe production focused on “iconoclastic women” who have revolutionized the French art scene. Obviously, to carry their documentary, the producers could not do without the illustrious Vanessa Paradis. It must be said that the singer has known a particularly turbulent start in which she had to struggle to find a place in the world of music. Revealed to the general public from an early age, the interpreter of Joe the cab knew a difficult adolescence. “The beginnings were very violent. I was 14 and at 14, it’s not going well for anyone. We wonder who we are, who we’re going to become, if we’re good enough. It was awful, awfulshe confided in the documentary.

During her intervention, the mother of Lily-Rose Depp shared the exclusion of which she was the subject during her youth.People looked at me like I was a caged animal and they couldn’t do without commenting out loud next to me. People think you lose your hearing as soon as you stop singing, think you’re a bit of an object. And me, I was a child, the comments were really monstrousshe began, before continuing: “I was insulted, I was called all the names of birds. They attacked me on my physique, on my music. On my lack of talent.” Fortunately, Vanessa Paradis was able to count on the unconditional support of her “extraordinary parents”. In particular, she admitted that the latter allowed her to get up and enjoy “lots of freedom”.

Haut les filles, a documentary not to be missed

For his documentary Haut les filles, the director François Armanet returned to the first steps of many key public figures. From Brigitte Fontaine to Camélia Jordana via Françoise Hardy or Imany, the program has highlighted exceptional artists, women with a unique aura, who have left their mark on the industry with their commitments and forward-thinking visions. To rediscover these trendsetters, the program Top Girls is broadcast at 11:25 p.m., this Thursday, July 14, on Arte, and on the site.

Article written in collaboration with 6Medias.





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