If there was only one sequence you should watch, it's this one, at the same time adorable and heartbreaking.video deleted, unfortunately, for copyright from the original channel.
4 days later, everyone is balancing between sorrow and the need to laugh. John Oliver
was trending on Twitter France yesterday all day, and many similar chronicles from French comedians were shared all over the social media.
And something quite remarkable is happening. Nothing like people attacking us for who we are and for our values, to make us remember to be proud of ourselves again. I hadn't seen so many French flags since the 1998 World Cup (We're not a very patriotic people...). The Marseillaise - which in other times was critizised in our own country for being a violent war anthem - is being proudly sang again (and suddenly, for the first time in my lifetime, feels painfully accurate).
As soon as Saturday, people were braving the emergency state because the need to gather was too strong. People went back to the terraces. It's not that we're not scared, but we won't let them win.If they're attacking our very own way of life, then our way of life will be our resistance.