Edouard Baer ready to leave Paris in turn? : 'I have a thousand tantrums', the actor lives in the capital but gets annoyed...

Edouard Baer no longer likes Paris. The 55-year-old actor has 'a thousand anger' and expressed them bluntly to the 'Parisien weekend'...

  Edouard Baer ready to leave Paris in turn? : 'J'ai mille colères", l'acteur habite la capitale mais s'agace...

After Stéphane Bern , Eddy Mitchell and many more, Edouard Baer joins the (long) list of those celebrities who no longer appreciate Paris . The 55-year-old actor tells the Parisian weekend that he has' a thousand rages 'regarding the City of Light.' The fact that large families cannot find accommodation in Paris, that life is difficult for the elderly who, before crossing, must look from eight different sides “, he lamented.

Edouard Baer: why he has 'a thousand anger' against Paris

' Paris still has grandeur when there are many of us in the streets. For it, the city must be livable, that we can sit in the public space, settle in bars while consuming a beer or a coffee at a reasonable price . It is important that there are still places where people can meet “, detailed the actor.

If the French capital remains among the most visited cities in the world, some of its inhabitants would prefer to pack up and settle in a quieter or sunnier place. This is the case of Edouard Baer, ​​who has desires elsewhere but remains Parisian for a very specific reason: ' I stayed because my loved ones live here. There are times when you love your city, others when you get tired of it, then when you love it again... Since I'm not leaving, I try to love it again. And that doesn't mean finding everything great 'After all, there is no right or wrong situation...

Edouard Baer: what he appreciates (all the same) in Paris

Despite his lack of love for the French capital, Edouard Baer knows how to nuance things and cannot help praising the diversity that reigns in the City of Light: ' There is no more international than Paris. This is the advantage of capitals. There are Parisians in La Guitry, people who come from elsewhere. But also others who were born here. We should all make this town our own. I like to consider it in its universality '.



And while the interview with the Parisian took place at the Bistro des Halles, in the 1st arrondissement of the capital, Edouard Baer did not hesitate to sing the praises of this district. ' We are in the heart of Paris: the price per square meter is exorbitant but, in the street, there is still a social mix thanks to the Les Halles shopping center and the RER stations that allow you to come here from different suburbs. And then, this neighborhood has a past . It still has old bistros. They are reassuring for those who are not comfortable in trendy places '.

Source journaldesfemmes.fr