was the series really shot in Morocco?

The students of Toulouse-Lautrec high school of TF1 leave their establishment for a school trip to Morocco in the episodes broadcast this Monday, January 23. But did they really shoot in this Maghreb country?

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This Monday, January 23, TF1 broadcasts the continuation and end of its series Toulouse-Lautrec high school. In episode 5, available from 9:10 p.m., Monsieur Feuillate (Stéphane de Groodt who confided in his difficult schooling) decides to maintain the school trip to Morocco. Doctor Ramzilag (Bruno Salomone) gives his approval to Charlie to travel to Morocco with his comrades, but his mother Sylvie (Charlie Bruneau) is reluctant not to see her for four days when she doesn’t know how long she has left to live. If the filming took place partly in EREA Toulouse-Lautrec high school in Vaucresson (92) where Fanny Riedberger, creator and producer of the series (from which the character of Victoire is inspired) spent his schooling, it also took place in Morocco and more precisely in Essaouira for this school trip.

“When we went to film the episode in Morocco, it also required a lot of adaptation”

For sequences outside of high school, we had to look. For example, when we shot the scenes at the Rodin museum, we had to find an establishment with disabled access and this is not the case in many museums in France… When we went to film the episode in Morocco, it also required a lot of adaptation”, explained Fanny Riedberger to the site of the CNC.

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When fiction meets reality for Hippolyte Zaremba (Jean-Philippe)

And as in the series Toulouse-Lautrec high school with Jean-Philippe, the parents of Hippolyte Zaremba wanted to come on the set. “My parents wanted to accompany me when we shot the sequences in Morocco. I of course refused: I wanted to be fair with the film crew!”, told our colleagues from Parisian, this 23-year-old audiovisual production graduate who did all his schooling at Toulouse-Lautrec, from CP to terminale. From this shoot, Hippolyte Zaremba – who is exceptional in this episode – retains “magical and unforgettable moments”which viewers will therefore discover this Monday, January 23 on TF1. “It was completely crazy to be with Hippolyte Zaremba and Nolan, to travel with them. We had a lot of fun. We finished in style”, adds Juliette Halloy, the interpreter of Charlie.

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