Love the age
At 50, you know what you are made of, you’re strong. Feel confident in who you are and make some time for yourself.
Zabou BreitmanFrench actress and director
Zabou Breitman has been immersed in the world of theatre and cinema ever since childhood.
“I'm fascinated by how individuals perceive their environment. I enjoy transmitting what they feel, who they are... I love the phrase, ‘I don't really know myself; I just imagine who I am’”
She made her film début in 1982 with roles in Elle voit des nains partout ! and La Boum 2. In 2001, she appeared in her first feature film, Se souvenir des belles choses, (Beautiful Memories), alongside lead actors Bernard Campan and Isabelle Carré.
For its new 'Love the age you are' collection, Clarins asked Zabou to shoot these four video portraits: a natural choice given the kind of woman she is and the questions she likes to ask herself. She was able to put these very questions to four women with diverse personalities and origins. Zabou was also drawn by the ability of film to show the universal human element. Although they are essentially very similar, each story is told in a different way and experienced from a different viewpoint.