the other day, i had a meeting with a journalist and when i got out, i said to the girl from Gaumont “do you think i take myself too seriously ?” she said “i get your point” but the guy’s questions were so smart, i wanted to answer accurately. So, there. I just wanted to tell myself “get it out, man”
Faites vous votre coming-out d’hétérosexuel dans votre film ? (les garçons et guillaume, à table !) / Are you making your heterosexual coming out in your movie ? (me, myself and mum)
First, I’m not heterosexual. I fell in love, as it happens, with a woman. I could fall in love with a man. I think.. I feel like I tell it (in the movie) and obviously, people stay with the movie and think “well, it ends like that so it’s carved in stone” well no, it’s not carved in stone. The feeling I have when I fall in love with Jeremy… I can feel it again right now. That’s what my aunt says in the movie. She says “it’s very simple. You’ll fall in love. If you fall in love with a woman, you’re straight, if you fall in love with a man, you’re gay. end of.” but actually, it’s a bit concise because it’s not either one or the other, for me anyway. That’s what the grandmother says. She says “we don’t deny anything, we don’t usurp anything and we never justify ourselves” I can’t deny 20 years of complete schizophrenia, thinking that I was a woman. I can’t deny it, it’s who I am, it’s what I am. So yes, my love life make it so I have a heterosexual sex life… but we all know it’s not that simple.