Pregnancy Behind Bars: A Peek into the Unseen in “Demain nous appartient”
A Dramatic Reveal
In the popular French television series “Demain nous appartient,” the character Vanessa, portrayed by Victoire Dauxerre, is set to return to prison, a twist that comes with a unique storyline – her impending childbirth. Vanessa, once a chef who later disclosed her murderous instincts, has been a significant part of the show for two years. Despite her confinement, the plot suggests her role will not diminish but rather take an intriguing turn during her pregnancy.
Vanessa’s character was introduced to the audience two years ago, and she quickly became notorious for her deadly inclinations, taking several lives, including Louise, Bart’s wife. After fleeing from prison in May, Vanessa made her comeback in 2023, in sync with an explosive plot twist that involved an explosion at a school leading to numerous casualties.
A Pregnancy Revealed
Upon her return, Vanessa disclosed her pregnancy to Georges, her love interest, creating an atmosphere of chaos among the other characters. Georges, in particular, finds himself in a dilemma – a conflict between his duty to arrest his former lover and his concern for the welfare of their unborn child.
Return to the Prison
A strategy by Georges, coupled with an unexpected intervention from Bart, results in Vanessa’s arrest, leading her back to prison. This turn of events poses questions about the future of Victoire Dauxerre’s role in “Demain nous appartient” in the following weeks and months.
Pregnancy in Prison: A Realistic Approach
Mayel Elhajaoui, who plays Georges in the series, expressed his enthusiasm about having Victoire on set. He also hinted that the story writers are looking to depict a realistic portrayal of a pregnancy in prison. He said, “There are women currently in prison who are pregnant. How does it go? How does a pregnancy evolve in prison? I find it interesting! It’s not something we’re used to seeing.”
The Future of Vanessa’s Pregnancy
The show will delve into Vanessa’s pregnancy journey within the prison premises and explore the decision Georges makes about raising their child. This storyline will not only provide a unique perspective, but it will also add a touch of reality to the fictional world, highlighting the often overlooked yet relevant issue of pregnancies in prison.
“Demain nous appartient” is broadcasted on TF1 from Monday to Friday at 7:10 pm. The show, with its compelling narratives and complex characters, continues to captivate the audience, and Vanessa’s pregnancy journey is expected to add another layer of intrigue to the series.
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