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Bernard Pivot evokes, moved, the breasts of Françoise Arnoul and so?


The former president of the Goncourt academy commented on the disappearance of the actress by revealing a secret filming. Some Internet users, as feminist as they are dogmatic, saw this tribute as a sexist offense. One more…

Tartuffe had better watch out. Stronger than the leagues of virtue, internet users, feminists and other staunch defenders of fashionable well-thought, have just pinned down no less than Bernard Pivot, who until recently, presided over the destinies of the academy Goncourt. His fault, his politically correct crime, you will tell me? He dared to evoke the breasts of the late actress Françoise Arnoul, who passed away last week at the age of 90.

As often the new prosecutors of social networks do not stop only with the foam of the words. Because if Bernard Pivot has indeed evoked the impeccable form of the actress by writing on Tweeter “Her breasts made the young people of the 50s dream“, He also took the opportunity in the second half of his sentence to talk about the too great prudence of the time by recalling a tasty anecdote that the actress had entrusted to him behind the scenes of Apostrophes:”But the ones we could admire in the film The pavement were not his. She confessed to me during a program. Still a minor, she had not been allowed to turn naked.

Certainly the memory of the image that remained in Bernard Pivot’s memory …

André Le Gall and therefore the stripped lining of Françoise Arnoul in L’Épave de Willy Rozier in 1949 Leemage

This revelation on these breasts shown (but doubled) on the screen, an extremely rare event if not banned in 1949, says a lot about the morals and (false) prudishness that had free rein at the beginning of the 20th century and until in the 50s.

The beauty of Françoise Arnoul, but also those of Ava Gardner, Gina Lollobrigida, Marilyn Monroe will pave the way for Brigitte Bardot and then for the androgynous beauties of the 70s. This is perhaps what the historic animator wanted to suggest.Apostrophes… Dear Bernard, do not especially hide your tweets that the new morality cannot see …

The pavement by Willy Rozier in 1949, with Françoise Arnoul, André Le Gall …

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