Season 2 of “In therapy”: Suzanne Lindon explains that she consulted from a very young age

PSYCHOLOGY – On the sofa, on the screen and in real life. On the occasion of the launch of season 2 ofin therapyon since March 31, part of the cast was on the set of Day to day against Yann Barthès, Friday April 1.

Frédéric Pierrot, who plays the therapist Dayan, Suzanne Lindon and Eye Haïdara, two of his patients in the series, relied on the series and his own experiences in terms of psychology. Suzanne Lindon, daughter of Vincent Lindon and Sandrine Kiberlain, who plays the role of a seriously ill student, revealed that she started seeing a psychologist when she was four years old.

“When I found out what it was about, because I was told from the beginning, very quickly I felt the need to talk to someone neutral,” said the 22-year-old actress. I think it helped me a lot to feel good about myself and to accept myself very quickly”. “I lived through difficult moments, for example adolescent crises, which my psychiatrist mitigated a lot,” she added.

Suzanne Lindon had already confided in her relationship with her parents during an interview with mrs figaro in March 2021. “I do not consider myself or behave as a ‘daughter of’, I do not associate my parents with their profession,” she assured.

“I am proud of them, I admire them for what they are, for what they reflect. They are honest people with a lot of empathy and a line of conduct that I like. I don’t need to watch his movies to know that.

Exploring the effects of Covid after the November 13 attacks

Building on the phenomenal success of Season 1 (53 million videos viewed on, which focused on the psychological repercussions of the attacks of November 13, 2015, the directors ofuntouchablesEric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, have decided to embark on a season 2 about the coronavirus pandemic Covid-19 and its effects on mental health.

They continued like this with their adaptation of the Israeli series Betipul surrounding himself with a new company: Frédéric Pierrot, the interpreter of Dayan, thus responds to Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jacques Weber or Agnès Jaoui, also called to direct alongside Emmanuelle Bercot, Arnaud Desplechin and Emmanuel Finkiel. An approach approved by the creator of BetipulHagai Levi, for whom “it was obviously necessary to tell this moment,” said Eric Toledano during a press conference.

The second season starts five years after the first, at the end of the first confinement, in May 2020: isolation, overwork related to telecommuting or even fear of the virus they reverberate in the daily life of the psychoanalyst, now settled in the Parisian suburbs after his divorce, and of his four patients.

Successive Inès, a lawyer in her forties, of Malian origin and in need of a child (Eye Haïdara), Robin (Aliocha Delmotte), 11 years old, overweight and a victim of bullying, Lydia (Suzanne Lindon), a seriously ill student, and Alain (Jacques Weber), business leader in the midst of a media turmoil.

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