“Music as the soundtrack of existence”: the best of Boomerang

Don’t miss any of the best moments from Boomerang’s interviews this week. The rapper and comedian Stomy Bugsy, the Russian writer Ludmila Oulitskaïa, the pianist Sofiane Pamart, the actress Ana Girardot, the neuropsychiatrist and writer Boris Cyrulnik were the instigators of Augustin Trapenard.

“Music, this soundtrack of existence” – Pianist Sofiane Pamart © Getty / Westend61

Find this week’s weekly retrospective of Boomerang’s best moments, produced by Victor Kandelaft.

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Boomerang Best of Friday, April 22, 2022

By Victor Kandeft

Boris Cyrulnik

He is one of our most eclectic thinkers. The neuropsychiatrist signs a new book “The farmer and the wind eaters” where he conducts a formidable reflection on critical thinking in the current particularly insecure context. He did us the honor of coming to think about society together with Augustin Trapenard.

BC: “The wind eaters are those who swallow all the speeches and the great stories without questioning them. However, you have to know how to doubt.”

“Comment vivre en société si on ne s’interdit pas des choses ? La société, c’est la renonciation à une part d’épanouissement de soi, pour laisser les autres s’épanouir. En société, on doit se restreindre, s’ avoid.”

“Words are living organisms. They are born, drift and can quickly lose their meaning

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Smy Bugsy

The rapper, founder of the group Ministère AMER, is currently performing at the theater “Un jour, j’irai à Détroit”, a play he wrote with David Desclos in which he pays tribute to the Senegalese riflemen of World War II. Stomy Bugsy was on Boomerang’s microphone.

SB: “There is no definition of a hero. You can be a hero one day and a coward the next. The important thing is to recognize this cowardice.”

Identity is never fixed or final. That is why we should be wary of patriotism. The only one there is your own heart.

“Playing characters in the theater allows you to judge people less. To interpret a character is to try to understand him, to judge him less. Acting has allowed me to be a better human being.”

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Lyudmila Ulitskaya

Revealed for her novel “Sonietchka”, which earned her the Prix Médicis Étranger in 1996, the Russian writer is launching a new collection of ten stories in which she questions the mysteries of the soul on the brink of the passage to the afterlife. She finds the entire interview of her on Boomerang.

LO: “Writing is an attempt to create another reality: the one we would like to see exist. It is a game of chess that every writer plays.”

“Times when all is well give birth to little. Hard and heavy times encourage expression. The harsher and more ruthless the power, the more useful and profitable it is for literature.”

“I don’t see any difference between Soviet power and Putin’s power. I have always hated power.”

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sofiane pamart

He is one of the youngest and brightest pianists we know today, as he brilliantly mixes rap and classical music. He has just released his third album “Letter” on the occasion of the Printemps de Bourges, before honoring his concert at the Accor Hotel Arena in November. The musician was with Augustin Trapenard.

SP: “I learned to love classical music. At first, this music did not appeal to me, but I learned to love it. I think I want to combine the two genres: rap and classical.”

“We make music to accompany a life story. Making music for music is difficult: on the contrary, it has to be the soundtrack of an existence”.

I wanted to earn the freedom to write my own songs, to tell something and bear witness to my time.

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Ana Girardot

It has recently been seen in television series such as “La Llama” or “Tótems”. The actress will be next week on the poster of “Ogre”, the new film by Arnaud Malherbe. She finds her interview on Boomerang.

AG: “The voice is eternal, it is what we keep and want to keep, even after the disappearance of our loved ones.”

A world without cinema is a world without culture

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