In an interview with Swiss Television RTS last year, Depardieu revealed he agreed to play the part because he found his fellow countryman 'arrogant and smug', adding: 'He is very French. I will do it, because I don't like him.'
Thursday, May 02, 2013
Depardieu Plays Strauss-Kahn in a Reenactment of the IMF Chief's Sexual Assault Trial
Gérard Depardieu is the spitting image of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, writes the Daily Mail (merci à Duncan),
as the French movie star as the Russian movie star plays the IMF chief on a set in New York reenacting the media storm surrounding the sexual assault trial in the company of Jacqueline Bisset co-starring as his then-wife, the French TV reporter Anne Sinclair.