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Le syndrome du banc de touche

in Lisieux
From :  12 Full-fare
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  • 20 years ago, Aimé Jacquet was winning the World Cup and Léa was dreaming of becoming an actress. Today, Aimé Jacquet has gone down in history and Léa has remained on the sidelines, like the substitute footballers. Faced with a crisis of legitimacy, the young woman decided to make herself a regular, following in the footsteps of the French national team coach.

    "Whether in soccer, business, theater or politics, women very often have to assert themselves in a predominantly male environment....
    20 years ago, Aimé Jacquet was winning the World Cup and Léa was dreaming of becoming an actress. Today, Aimé Jacquet has gone down in history and Léa has remained on the sidelines, like the substitute footballers. Faced with a crisis of legitimacy, the young woman decided to make herself a regular, following in the footsteps of the French national team coach.

    "Whether in soccer, business, theater or politics, women very often have to assert themselves in a predominantly male environment. In the play, we take as an example the case of Gigi, the first goalkeeper of the Football Club Féminin de Reims, who, through tenacity and determination, managed to impose herself in an era when sport was considered "dangerous" for femininity. They wanted to see women in the stands, seated, discreet; they took power standing up, on the pitch. This refusal of "good behavior", this detachment from a certain imposed femininity and this perseverance in the face of obstacles, then, echo the heroine's journey."
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  • On April 17, 2024 at 8:30 PM
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