There’s a negative stigma that comes with being on a reality show. And you can’t blame casting directors for thinking that way. My manager and I wanted to avoid putting it on my resume, as opposed to substantial projects. You’re engulfed in this world of cameras following you around during the most intimate moments of your life. It taught me to ignore the cameras and pretend they weren’t there.
It’s funny when you know you’re playing two characters and you’re aware of how you have to play each one into your performance of the other. You’re constantly at the back of your mind thinking and it all gets a bit confusing.
“We have a very special relationship. When you work, it’s thirteen hours a day. So we have time to really get to know each other! It creates links, memories. Many people may think that this is just cinema, but this friendship is born quite easily. We had the same approach to our roles, we were also able to laugh, especially after very intense scenes… We are now deeply connected. Success, we lived together, trials also.”