We read the novel by Florence Porcel, the woman who accuses PPDA of rape
Can we recognize Patrick Poivre d'Arvor as Jean-Yves Pandorini, the character in Florence Porcel's book, presented as a French Weinstein? The journalist and writer who accuses the former presenter of the 8pm newscast of rape published her first novel at the beginning of January: "Pandorini" (La Grenade/JC Lattès).A key novel which she does not hide that he tells her story, that of a young virgin woman abused and raped by a star.
In the book, the star in question is not an icon of the small screen, but of the big one.Pandorini is "a sacred monster of French cinema".The narrator is nineteen years old and discovers life after years locked in a corset.She dreams of becoming an actress, takes classes in a theater school and finds herself an extra in a film with Pandorini.She takes the opportunity to deposit a demo tape on the actor's desk in the hope that notice his talent.
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A few days later, the star called her back and congratulated the aspiring actress for her daring, enveloping her in “her voice as thick as a pilou blanket.” The conversation quickly took a very sexual turn.This greatly disturbed the inexperienced young woman.Despite everything, she accepts the appointment given to her by the charismatic Pandorini for tests, hoping that it will make her career take off.Once in the office, she feels trapped.Pandorini swoops down on her, without her consenting:
Posted Date: 2021-03-05