Catherine Deneuve is gradually returning to film sets after suffering a stroke in 2019.
Thankfully, she is now doing well; she arrived at the hospital on time and the doctor responded correctly.
She wasn’t feeling well before, so she didn’t pay too much attention to her physical condition and was focused on shooting the new Lifetime film with him.
The star was chosen to play in a new film by French director Emmanuel Bercot, which will be released this year.
In this film, she will portray the mother of the main character, who has cancer.
It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first time Catherine and Emmanuel have worked together.
She appeared in Emmanuelle’s films such as “Beyond Cigarettes” and “Young Blood.”
Furthermore, Catherine Deneuve was nominated for the César Award for Best Actress in Cinema for her role in the first film.
Filming for the director-actor’s third film began in the second half of 2019, but work was halted due to Deneuve’s illness.
The 76-year-old star has been undergoing treatment for about seven months.
Currently, Catherine Deneuve is in good health and has fully regained her working abilities. According to doctors, she barely survived.
However, today our heroine is no longer allowed to smoke or drink coffee.
The actress, who previously couldn’t imagine life without them, has completely changed her attitude towards these bad habits.