Back in “Tomorrow belongs to us” the time of a last intrigue, Juliette Tresanini bids farewell to the series this evening on TF1 during a moving sequence. Is this departure definitive, or will we see Sandrine again one day?
A page turns for the Lazzari family tonight in Tomorrow belongs to us. Left to live in Guadeloupe at the beginning of September with Morgane (Marie Catrix) and Arthur (Théo Cosset), Sandrine (Juliette Tresanini) had returned to Sète a few weeks ago to go to the bedside of Victoire (Solène Hébert), who had to suffer in urgently a heart transplant.
But in the episode of Tomorrow belongs to us broadcast this Friday, October 29 on TF1, Sandrine once again bids farewell to her sister before returning to Guadeloupe. A real departure, this time, which sounds the end of an era since the return of the character, and his interpreter, is for the moment not foreseen by the writers and the production of the daily soap opera.
After four years spent in the skin of Sandrine Lazzari, Juliette Tresanini is leaving the series and sent this week on Instagram a nice message to her playing partners, to the teams, and to the extremely loyal public of Tomorrow belongs to us.
“There are people that we would never want to leave, meetings, places, memories that we will never be able to forget, projects that have transported us, characters who have lived in us …”, wrote the interpreter of Sandrine on social networks. “A little life, a page that turns. It’s only goodbye friends, I love you. The beginning of another life has already arrived. I’ll tell you all about it very soon! We’re not letting go”.
This new start, heralding future projects, seems to delight Juliette Tresanini who explained to us during an interview conducted as part of the Séries Mania Festival that she did not want the production of Demain to be up to us. separated from his character.
“Even if it is not a decision on my part, I have the impression that it is what had to happen, it is nice. It will allow me to take the time to do something else, which does not ‘was not the case for the last four years. I don’t know how the others were doing. Me, I was just managing to make my videos in parallel with the series, but it is because I managed my schedule and my program “.
“On the one hand, it’s fantastic to be able to develop a character over the long term, and at the same time you tell yourself that you are doing this job to surprise and to change roles. It’s good to put yourself back in danger and to get out of his comfort zone of the character we know so much. And to prove other things “.
And viewers will find Juliette Tresanini from November 15 on TF1 in the comedy Le Furet, with Mathieu Madenian and Claire Keim, and later on M6 in the TV movie To find you carried by Laetitia Milot, nothing says that her departure from Tomorrow is us belongs is necessarily final. Indeed, the door certainly always remains open to a possible return of Sandrine one day since, as her interpreter pointed out to us, she is not dead.
“For all our wishes, and the public’s wishes to see me evolve in a more positive circle, the door is not closed. As long as a character does not die, anything is possible”, admitted Juliette Tresanini to our microphone. “Maybe in a year they will call me back and tell me that my duet with Ingrid Chauvin was working well and that it would be good to reform this duo, with Chloe as principal and Sandrine at the head of BTS”.
“Or an intrigue around the Lazzari sisters and their mother, played by Véronique Jannot, whom we adore. Enthusiasm I have. But it’s a production decision, I can’t go against it. It’s worth it. accept it better and be happy. Tell yourself that I will be able to do a lot of things and that I will perhaps come back when it is time. (…) I think that this departure will also allow the authors to ventilate the character of Sandrine and maybe bring it back one day with a new mystery. It is necessary for the authors to create a little freshness “.
As a reminder, Juliette Tresanini is not the only recurring actress of Tomorrow belongs to us to have left the series this year. Before her, Linda Hardy, Rani Bheemuck, Marion Christmann, Sébastien Capgras, Renaud Roussel, Artemisia Toussaint, or even Antoine Cohaut all said goodbye to their characters. Sometimes in a tragic and violent way for the fans.
Scriptwriting decisions that fit into a process of renewal of the soap opera, operated at the end of the summer, which was notably accompanied by the arrival of a new artistic producer and collection director, Marc Kressmann, of the introduction of a new credits by Vianney, and of a new image quality.
Without forgetting the introduction of a slew of new characters embodied by Jennifer Lauret, Emmanuel Moire, Charlotte Gaccio, Xavier Deluc, Thaïs Kirby, or even Alexandre Varga, whose first appearance on the screen is scheduled this evening.
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