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Trailer of the movie Afterwards Interview with Guillaume Musso about Afterwards I first fell in love with books when I was ten years old. When I turned 18, I started my first novel, the story of a man, separated from his wife, who is a brilliant pianist, and with whom he is reunited weeks before her death.
It took me three years to finish it, but I never sent it to any publishers, conscious as I was of its debut-novel characteristic shortcomings. But no matter : I knew myself capable of telling a story over three or four hundred pages.
It was a thriller, based on the hypothesis of the Mona Lisa being stolen, on a rich backdrop of globalization. Why did you choose that profession? And how to you manage to divide your time between it, and writing? When I graduated from university, I hesitated for a long time between the private sector and going into public education.
I finally decided to become a teacher, especially since my chosen topic, namely economics, gives me the chance to teach an ever evolving subject which is very relevant today. Putting to one side the much talked about difficulties that schools are currently experiencing, this is a profession that is nonetheless a collection of fulfilling moments.
In addition to this full time job, I try to write every day. Location is important, since setting the scene contributes to the credibility of the story. The important thing, though, once the choice was made, was to be very specific in the description of the city, especially the atmosphere.
And so my publisher sent me to Manhattan to get some ideas. Finally, a large part of the novel was written in the months following the events of September 11th. The attacks confronted a lot of people with their own mortality.
Many left the city, others reunited with an old loved one, or had a baby. In any case, many asked themselves this question: if another attack were to happen, how would I like to live my final moments, and with who?
And that is the theme of the novel. Nathan had a Near Death Experience. Is that something that you have personal experience of? Not exactly, even though I was involved in a car accident, a few years ago, and it had a deep impact of me.
I had never really thought about death, but suddenly I realized that all it takes is half a second for it to sneak up on you without warning. I think that it was after that experience that I started to think about a story centered around the Near Death Experience.
Also, some claim that, after emerging from their coma, they discovered certain gifts, from a developed artistic sense to cognitive powers, which is what inspired me as a novelist. In your opinion, is his power a gift or a curse? Both, I think. Goodrich comes into contact with people who are about to die in order to enable them to put their lives in order before they go, and to make peace with others and with themselves.
The love story that you created between Mallory and Nathan is uniquely powerful. Do you enjoy writing about our human emotions? Having said that, I hate anything that is sickly sweet and vapid. It is the story of a man who, convinced that he has very little time left, tries to rebuild the bridges he has burned in the past.
We therefore see a whole plethora of emotions: romantic love between him and his former wife as he tries to win her back, fatherly love between him and his daughter, love between him and his mother, and finally, a story about friendship and growth with Doctor Goodrich who, in his own way, will become a mentor and initiator for something that you will discover only at the end of the book. How about in the world of film? When it comes to modern foreign writers, Stephen King, for his capacity to bring fear into our day to day lives, Patricia Cornwell, for making a heroin so easy to empathize with, and Caleb Carr, author of The Alienist, for the sheer humanity of his characters.
For my writing, I also draw inspiration from the masters of the American thriller Grisham, Crichton… not so much for the themes they address but more for the way they construct their chapters and their stories. Movies also inspire me.
Of course, a book differs from a movie, but I try to give certain chapters a very visual style, with a very choppy structure, and a consistent rhythm. Yes, I have two ongoing projects that I work on when I can find the time: one is a thriller, the other a comedy. I also enjoy tv series that allow you to follow characters over a longer period of time. I was really engrossed in Six Feet Under, for example.
Do you know what your next novel is going to be?
Trailer of the movie Afterwards Interview with Guillaume Musso about Afterwards I first fell in love with books when I was ten years old. When I turned 18, I started my first novel, the story of a man, separated from his wife, who is a brilliant pianist, and with whom he is reunited weeks before her death. It took me three years to finish it, but I never sent it to any publishers, conscious as I was of its debut-novel characteristic shortcomings.
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Meztinris But then one day he is taken in by a joyful Someone To Talk To Samuel is celebrating his thirty-fifth birthday, alone along with his empty plates. At age 32, she is still looking for Mr. A humorous and erotic journey through the most iconic spots in Paris! Lost and Found Layla, a five-year-old girl, disappears in a Los Angeles shopping center. A Mix-up in Heaven After a tremendously successful previous novel — Afterwards…, which has sold Paul had only known one and the same horizon: Next She is his past… … he is her future.
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