Jay LaFleur died on April 22. For his son Martin, perpetuating his father’s famous business helps him move forward in his mourning. Added to the involvement in the various reasons that were dear to him participation in the film that will connect the life of the blond devil.
Luc Picard has been commissioned to write the script for the film, which will focus on Guy Lafleur’s life. “It is an honor to have the opportunity to work with Luke and with Christian [Larouche, le producteur de Christal Films] ‘, explained Martin LaFleur, met on the red carpet for confessions Directed by Luc Picard.
“It’s all right, it’s something that takes time and we want to make sure it’s done well,” the reassured man added that he has the right to watch everything and be part of the many discussions around the film.
“Obviously this is stressful,” he said. It really touches the family, the ups and downs. I don’t know how anyone would be willing to see this on the big screen, but I think we picked the right people to write and produce this movie. I’m not worried, it will be done with class. »
And the loss of his father, who died of lung cancer at the age of 70 last April, remains difficult to tame.
“It is important that we try to keep him close to us as we go about our mourning,” he said. Because it’s not easy, we lost a big piece. But when we do events involving my father, it allows me to keep him close to me and get over her. »
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