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“Algerians Are Brave And Love Action,” Says Belgian Actor Jean-Claude Van Damme

Eager to help the Algerian youth, abandoned in his opinion by the Americans who are “too afraid” of Algeria, the actor decided to give a boost to Algerian cinema.

 "Algerians are brave and love action," said Belgian actor Jean-Claude Van Damme

On the set of the Grand Journal  on Canal + where he was interviewed by Maïtena Biraben, the actor became famous, first for his hit action films and then for his lyrical flights on the sets of the various French TV talk shows. , did honor to his reputation.

So much so that the host intervened several times to frame her interventions on the set and to try to integrate the former presenter of the television news of the second public television channel. With measured success.


The Belgian actor, who lives in Los Angeles for many years, came to present a film project that he will shoot in Algeria, produced by French-Algerian Zakaria Ramdane. JCVD took the opportunity to share his desire to pay tribute and give a boost to young Algerians, he considers “very courageous”.

Visibly moved by the reception that the Algerians have reserved for him, the actor of modest origin, affirmed that he wanted to help and the youth and the Algerian cinema after having met there directors and actors amazing  to use his own words.

Entitled Protocol 33, this film will be produced by Access V Prod, which has already to its credit Algeria forever  with Mike Tyson. A budget of 11 million dollars has been released for the filming of this feature, which is scheduled to begin this year in the city of Oran and in the south of the country.


Written by How Africa

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