“Charlie Hebdo” mocked the death of Belmondo (PHOTOS)

Scandalous cartoonists from the no less scandalous French magazine “Charlie Hebdo” mocked the death of Jean-Paul Belmondo.

In the drawing, the artist’s body falls out of the helicopter, and the inscription reads “His last trick.” This is a reference to his many roles in action films, but is it appropriate?

Belmondo is an officer of the Order of the Legion of Honor and the pride of the nation, yesterday the great artist was buried, without exaggeration, all of Paris.

People lined up in front of the House of Invalids, where the farewell took place. This is how Jacques Chirac was buried two years ago.

Emmanuel Macron took part in the mourning events.

For health reasons, Alain Delon was unable to attend the funeral.

“Gone is a part of my life in cinema, which we started together 60 years ago,” he said via video link.

There was a feeling that Paris for a few hours again became that good old Paris that we saw in the films of the 60s and 70s, and the French buried not only Belmondo, but also their old world, old France, which is going into nothingness.

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