Simon abkarian Actor, author, director
When Olivier Véran replaced Buzyn “the famous”, who herself replaced who you know for the City of Paris, I said to myself: “He is a doctor, he took the oath”, and I dared to hope that he, the new minister, would watch over my little mother’s health. Entangled in the lies he inherited, while aping his president, he continues in the same fatuity and tries every week to convince himself. He can’t get over seeing himself where he is and, behind his mask of certainties, he stutters his improbable appointment. Like his colleague from Foreign Affairs (whom I will no longer name), he seeks, while waiting for this to happen, to limit the damage. He wants “Whatever the cost”, keep his ministry, finally his “Job” as they say. In the meantime, my mother is waiting.