Movie theater. Fascinated by history, Alexandre Astier imagines a series on the Beast of Gévaudan
“Everything is so small”, Alexandre Astier, the founder of the cult series Camelot , he was, like most of us, afraid of the dark. “The darkness hid only one thing: Zeke Midas, Disney’s anthropomorphic, cannibalistic big bad wolf with his very long nose and countless teeth,” he said during The Vigila successful meeting in Paris *.
This fear has turned, over the years, into a real fascination for the wolf and, in particular, for the legend of the Beast of Gévaudan, Note The Dauphine Libere. Especially since his great-grandmother Élise regaled him, at his request, with a deliciously terrifying story when he spent holidays at her house, in Lozère (see elsewhere).
“A real horror movie that happened near our house”
For Alexandre Astier, the Beast of Gevaudan is not a legend neither myth, but “news”. “You can really get eaten out of your house. I think…
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