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ON THE OCCASION OF TODAY’S SCREENING OF “THE LAST FACE” BY SEAN PENN AT CANNES FILM FESTIVAL, WE TAKE A LOOK BACK TO OUR RECENT EXCLUSIVE FASHION EDITORIAL AND INTERVIEW WITH ADÈLE EXARCHOPOULOS, THE NEW LEADING ACRESS OF FRENCH CINEMA AFTER HER FABULOUS INTERPRETATION IN BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR BY ABDELLATIF KECHICHE.
WIDELY PRAISED FOR HER ROLE IN BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR, ADÈLE EXARCHOPOULOS WILL SOON RETURN TO THE BIG SCREEN WITH A LEAD ROLE IN ÉPERDUMENT, A DRAMA DIRECTED BY PIERRE GODEAU. AFTER EMERGING AS ONE OF THE LEADING FIGURES IN THE NEW GENERATION OF FRENCH CINEMA, THE ACTRESS IS NOW GETTING HER INTERNATIONAL CAREER OFF TO A BRILLIANT START ALONGSIDE SEAN PENN AND MICHAEL ROSKAM. SHE MET WITH US TO TALK ABOUT HER EXPERIENCES AND UPCOMING PROJECTS.
Interview by Armelle Leturcq
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