Stéphane Bern in “For the honor of a son”
TELEVISION – “Hello Robespierre, I’m Stéphane Bern, and I came from the future to kill you. » France 3 unveiled, this Thursday, August 11, the trailer for the TV movie For the honor of a son, which will air on August 25. With these first images, which you can watch belowviewers were able to discover the host of Secrets of history in a counter-use role: that of a former fighter pilot responsible for training the military in the use of observation drones.
Stéphane Bern embodies a father who will investigate the death of his son, a member of a commando, officially killed by enemy fire. The character played by the radio host is determined to disentangle fact from fiction. And it is precisely a scene showing him brandishing a gun that goes around social networks, causing the hilarity of Internet users.
Out of loyalty to his son, he’s going to defy the laws…
– France 3 (@France3tv)
The already cult scene is the subject of several diversions, notably taking up Stéphane Bern’s passion for the history of France and more precisely royalty.
Stéphane Bern coldly eliminating a columnist of “Secrets d’Histoire” who forgot to talk about the adventure of… https://t.co/oaj4xSJIZz
— Olivier Varlan (@VarlanOlivier)
“Hello Robespierre, I’m Stéphane Bern, and I came from the future to kill you” https://t.co/7nJdn9pIxY
— 𝓐𝓭𝓚𝓲𝓷𝓸 アキノ Ⓜ️ (@adkinoytpfr)
Very clearly, someone is working at France TV to convince us that the removal of the license fee is a good one… https://t.co/0HLO6k2ab5
— Frederic ADRIAN (@F_Adrian_Author)
little nocturnal delirium, enjoy yourself then: #stephanebern #secretsdhistoire #bern #codex #ravaillac #thuillieres https://t.co/t8POAqFfpw
— Simon de THUILLIERES (@thuillieres)
” A. Good. Time. For. All. Marie-Antoinette NEVER uttered this sentence on the whore brioche! » https://t.co/AOVQ3PsKR6
— Guillaume Blardone (@gblardone)
My shrink: The Stéphane Bern of the dark universe does not exist, he can’t hurt you The Stéphane Bern of the dar… https://t.co/0KnVJfweKz
— Noctambore (@noctambore)
Stéphane Bern is not the first animator to swap his costume for that of an actor for the time of a TV movie, as shown by these diversions which imagine a meeting in fiction with Stéphane Plaza or even Jean-Luc Reichmann.
Now I want a French Volte Face with Stéphane Bern and Jean-Luc Reichmann exchanging faces. M… https://t.co/MEKRyJynhn
— Cubidou (@Cyclopahtne)
Avengers: French Police Endgame https://t.co/MYYz3vP1Kv
— Bastien D. Fry (@BastienDruker)
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