Change your appearance, era, genre, look in the mirror, before performing in front of your friends, the family circle, reproducing everyone’s tics, the stars of the screen. Children love to dress up, digging into cupboards and attics suits, hats and other accessories. Growing up, some have kept this part of the game, this taste for disguise, grimage, sometimes they even make a profession of it. Thus Laurence Bibot that we will have known in Miss Bricola with Les Snuls, then in her shows such as Bravo Martine where she delivered clichés, with the intonation, the tone of voice unmasking stereotypes, feminine...
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