And when things go wrong, how do you react?
A. L.: Nobody knows, I say that everything is fine. I do not like to show my sorrows, I find it indecent. It is a modesty that comes to me from my father. And I need to be alone for a few days, to sink at the bottom ... to go back up. I am deeply optimistic, I am convinced that there is always a bit of sun there, far away. It's just a question of looking for him. To move.
Have you ever seen a psychiatrist?
A. L.: If, once, after A guy, a girl . During the years of shooting, we did not realize the phenomenon. It was only after being released from the series that I realized. I remember one time when, while I was taking my daughter to school, a group of women jumped on me to get a picture. Suddenly, I see that my 5 year old daughter has disappeared ... Not a single mother was concerned about looking for me, on the contrary, they had pushed to take the picture! This violence of notoriety disturbed me a lot. I needed to go to a psychiatrist to take stock. It was enough of a session and some positive words for the machine to be restarted.
And after a breakup, have not you been tempted to return?
A. L.: No, I do not think anyone can do much for us in this case. There are good friends who comfort, but they are only bandages. Only time acts.
You have a strong parenting model: does not this make it all the more painful to fail in love?
A. L.: I do not like the word "failure". It means everything has been missed, and that's wrong. For me, there is no failure, there are stages of life. I have lived one, I move to another ... I do not "start" my life; I continue it, but otherwise.... and elsewhere. You recently moved to London with your daughter. Why this departure?
A. L.: I wanted to send my daughter to London after the baccalaureate, but she said, "And why do not we do it now?" It'll make us feel good to build something else together. " And I tapped in his hand, telling myself that indeed and it would blow me. Then I love this life of stranger in his city: I do a lot more meetings and, between the French, I discover a spontaneous solidarity that is lost at home. I found a real pride to say: "I'm French"!