Third feature film directed by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, Tellement proche is a comedy about family ties released in 2009. We follow Alain (Vincent Elbaz), who, when he married Nathalie, did not know not that he would also marry his family … This Saturday, they are invited to dine with his brother-in-law, Jean-Pierre (François-Xavier Demaison) in Créteil. But tonight, more than usual, Alain is pumped up, ready to explode. He’s fed up with these endless dinners and this crazy family …
On the occasion of the broadcast, this evening on France 2, of this film released in 2009, back on the career of Lizzie Brocheré, who plays baby-sitter Clara there. A young woman flirted with Vincent Elbaz but who rejects him and makes him understand that he is too old for her …
Daughter of Sylvie Brocheré, casting director, the young Lizzie was immersed very early in the world of cinema and appeared, from her adolescence, in various series (Joséphine, guardian angel) and television films (Sissi, the rebellious empress). In 2002, Hugo Santiago directed it for his debut on the big screen in the thriller Le Loup on the West Coast. That same year, she found a more significant role in the police series Alex Santana negotiator (2002 – 2007). A genre that is found several times in her career since she then plays the daughter of an eminent biologist in R.I.S Police Scientifique and an inexperienced cop with an explosive temper in Bleus: First steps in the police.
On the big screen, after a flashover in A small game without consequence of Bernard Rapp, Sylvie Brocheré is assigned by the directors Jean-Marc Barr and Pascal Arnold the main role of Each night in 2006, that of a student investigating on the death of her brother (she will team up with them again in 2011 for American Translation). Even if success is not there, the actress is gaining experience with an intense and prominent character. Two years later, Her performance by Myriam, a young woman in search of love, in the drama Le Chant des mariées by Karin Albou, dazzled critics and the public.
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In 2009, Lizzie Brocheré appeared in the comedy Tellement Proches, by the duo Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, via the secondary character of the baby-sitter. In 2011, after again playing a young policewoman in Nuit blanche with Tomer Sisley, her career took an important turn when she joined the cast of the second season of American Horror Story, which takes place in a mental hospital. After this passage noticed on US screens, Olivier Marchal entrusts him with a consistent role in season three of Braquo, that of Orianne Beridze, who seeks revenge on the police officer Eddy Caplan played by Jean-Hugues Anglade.
Also in 2013, Lizzie Brocheré took part in La Marque des anges – Miserere, with Gérard Depardieu and Joey Starr, showing once again how police thrillers are one of her favorite genres. Two years later, the actress is affiliated to the new punch project from the Dutch David Verbeek, Full Contact. Second role in Le Cercle – Rings (2017), a direct sequel to the film by Gore Verbinski released in 2002, then by Vaurien (2018), a social drama made with few means, she was chosen in 2019 to join Nicolas Bedos in La Belle Epoque, selected at Cannes and awarded a César award.
But it is especially on television that Lizzie Brocheré is active. Witness her performances in the horrific series The Strain and Versailles, in which she plays a young woman seeking to become a doctor at the time of Louis XIV. In the American series Falling Water, the actress plays one of the three unrelated people realizing that they each dream of part of the same dream.