The two Tuesday night Tina's (Brigitte Poupart and Hélène Bourgeois Leclerc) are certainly two of the most interesting characters of our television fall.
Share November 10, 2020 6:38 p.m. Share Tina Tuesdays! CHRONICLE / There is no more to the opposite than Tina Carpentier-Trudel of All Life and Tina Fournier of 5th rank . The first is authoritarian but benevolent; the second, perfidious, icy, Machiavellian. The two Tina's on Tuesday night on ICI Télé, one at 8 p.m., the other at 9 p.m., are certainly two of the most interesting characters of our television fall.
Head of education for a school for pregnant girls, Tina Carpentier-Trudel has not had it easy since the beginning of All Life . In search of her origins, she is confronted with her own status as a child adopted at each birth in Marie-Labrecque. “Tina is drowning in work. That's a lot, its vase is overflowing, ”notes its interpreter, Hélène Bourgeois Leclerc, who announces other major tragedies in the coming months.
Joined on the set between two scenes, the actress admits that she would probably be more severe than her character in real life. “I would tighten the screw a little more with them!” Tina, whom I love deeply, did not have children, and without taking herself for the mother of all these girls, takes a little bit of the maternal role. This benevolence is quite simply the extension of his heart. “
Written by Danielle Trottier and directed by Jean-Philippe Duval, All Life succeeded Unit 9 and took a little time to find its audience, before climbing to second place on the charts this season. A success that enchants Hélène Bourgeois Leclerc. “The first year, we installed another tone, another aesthetic, a subject that could have been too nested. Finally, the family, early childhood, motherhood, it reaches everyone. Last year, it was a lot what the girls experienced with their pregnancy, their fears, their apprehensions. This year it's much more focused on the extended family. ”
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