I have the impression that the link between the Navy, dance and cinema is the relationship to the body. You are a comedian who also plays with his body.
Yes, that's right. I was married to nature very young, married to the sea as to the mountains. I like to use my body to climb, to swim, to sneak and dance taught me to sublimate the movement, to give it a grace a little different from the sway of the mataf! [He laughs] I discovered the sensuality of the gestures.
And that body let you go one day ...
He did not let me go, he warned me.
You agree to talk about it?
He did not let me go, he warned me. You agree to talk about it. This is the kind of disease you have to talk about. There are too many sick people who died because they could not talk about it. I had cancer. He was frank, clear, precise, allowing a total remission, so it's easy enough for me to talk about it. We have two kidneys, there are two chances, I only have one left. I received a warning: "Now you're paying a little more attention."
Does that mean you feel responsible for your illness?
While eating life at all ends, I have disrupted the machine, yes. By dint of swallowing the sun, one crames oneself. I burned myself because I did not know how to calmly analyze the events, I got angry. I was in permanent annoyance against others, in conflicts that generated the disordered body. When the body is disoriented, it struggles and drowns. Like when you abuse a machine, it breaks. It must be said that I am doing a disruptive and fragile job, and that I wanted to succeed in anxiety and bulimia. I was lost in endless questions: "Why do I play theater, cinema, am I a creator?" Curiously not, "Why am I writing?" There, I am in the real journey of my existence. I had to put together the very scattered puzzle of my life.