M.   /   November 06, 2014   /   4 Comments

Eva Green interviewed her famous mom for Paris Match. Eva says that Joy was the one who insisted that Marlène wrote her biography and that she didn’t know that her mom had such a difficult childhood. Ms Green was also surprised to read about her mom’s former boyfriends, the ones that she dated before she met Walter Green in 1976, and to know about Jobert’s career in details. She says that she’d like to be lighter and funnier like her mom and Marlène says that her daughter is funnier than she gives herself credit for and that she should be able to use that side of hers in Tim Burton’s next film.

Gallery links:
– Magazines & Newspapers > 2014 > Gala (France) – November 5, 2014
– Magazines & Newspapers > 2014 > Paris Match (France) – November 6-12, 2014

4 Responses to “Marlène Jobert opens up about her life and her brand new biography to Gala (France) and Paris Match”
  1. Bea Perry Says:

    Thank you for this team. Their love for each and their passion with acting is truly admirable. They are all such lovely women (Marlene, Eva & Joy). I applaud their family. Also Eva, using her moms advice, being lighter and funny in Tim Burton’s next film is something everybody will be looking out for. She always never fails to surprise us fans anyway…you can do it Eva! You’re cute and funny in your interviews, don’t think too much and do not worry..you’re gonna do well like you always do! Cheers!

  2. Jackie Says:

    This interview makes me so happy. Being a mother is the BEST job you will ever have. But being a mother encompasses so many emotions. There isn’t an award or a paycheck or fame. Its a lifetime job. It never ends. You. Are. Always. A. Mother. Marlene is absolutely fantastic and she completely gets it. Eva is such a fabulous talent but, more than that, she’s incredibly humble and human. Those traits are so endearing and its so clear that this family’s relationship has contributed, greatly, to that. Being a mother and daughter, I know how difficult each relationship can be. Rather it be due to age, life experience, or simply just the time of day, its something everyone has to want and work at. As a daughter I know how difficult it can be to chose your own path AND reconcile the fact that your mom might not agree. As a mother I can understand how difficult it can be to let your child do, see, and learn on their own. Both instances are life changing and inspiring. I can honestly say that the clear level of respect and love in this relationship is incredibly inspiring and incontestable.

    In a world where so many people don’t take the time to really enjoy their family and forge a relationship, this, brings light. As they say “A son is a son until he takes a wife. A daughter is a daughter for the rest of your life.” Bravo Eva, Joy, and Marlene for crystallizing that very notion. My mom is my best friend, ‘strongest opinion’, and fiercest promoter. That is something that I covet daily. More than anything else in this world. As always, I’m extremely proud to be a fan of such a legit group of women. You ladies are, true ambassadors! xoxox

  3. Bea Sobreira Says:

    I wish I knew enough French to be able to read and understand this interview! Is there any way it can be translated? Thank you in advance!

  4. alanfeierstein Says:

    I always would enjoy learning of Eva’s and her family’s stories of their respective careers…Thank you for posting.