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Eva Green, 28, is a French actress famous for playing Bond girl Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale as well as roles in Kingdom Of Heaven and The Golden Compass. She is an ambassador for Montblanc’s Signature For Good campaign to help Unicef combat illiteracy.
Why did you get involved in this Unicef campaign?
Everyone deserves the chance to get a proper education – this campaign helps raise money for families so they can send their children to school. That’s something we take for granted coming from a developed country.
You were raised in France but live in England. Which do you prefer?
Well, the Eurostar is magical so thankfully I can enjoy both but I love living in London because it makes me feel alive. I have so much freedom here because I’m away from my family.
You’re working on two new movies: Cracks and Womb. Rather unfortunate titles…
Ha, ha, yes, I suppose. In Cracks I play a mysterious teacher called Miss G. She works at an elite 1930s girls’ boarding school where she seduces and falls in love with one of her female pupils. It was exactly the same as playing a straight character, it didn’t make a difference whether it was a woman or a man, although I guess the subject is quite taboo. It’s the directorial debut of Jordan Scott, Ridley Scott’s daughter, and she’s created something intense, unusual and very passionate.
As posted on Quiet Earth (thanks to George and caro82 for the heads-up!):
We reported on this scifi drama in August of last year and have been eagerly awaiting footage since. While we don’t know where it’s premiering, Benedek Fliegauf’s cloning love story clearly leans heavily on the arthouse side and has some great dream sequences. I don’t know how heavy the science fiction aspect in this and I’m thinking it might be only to facilitate the story, but it sounds and looks incredible. The exceptional Eva Green stars in this tragi-romance and the trailer we have looks like it’s cut off at the end, but I think it’s supposed to be that way.
When Rebecca returns to her grandfather’s house, she meets her childhood sweetheart Thomas again. Thomas leaves his girlfriend Rose and their love picks up where it left off, until Thomas dies in a car accident. Devastated, the young woman contemplates suicide until she finds consolation in the idea of cloning. Although society does not fully accept it yet, she plans to give birth to Thomas, bringing her lost love to life (again). Living in Rebecca’s grandfather’s remote old house, Thomas grows up believing his father died in an accident. Rebecca never mentions cloning. In spite of their secret, Rebecca and Thomas lead an almost normal life until Rose finds out about them …
Happy new month, everyone! A big thank you goes out to mata as usual! 😉
Thanks to Marion for the heads-up and Tekka for the photos themselves!
Thanks to Natascha for the Berlin photo and Lorna for the UK scans, including a brand new interview!
Could his contemporary fairy tale about cloning, starring Eva Green and Matt Smith, push Hungarian director Benedek Fliegauf into the mainstream? Martin Blaney visits the German set of Womb.
On the day two of the most powerful women in the German film industry visit the Berlin shoot of English-language cloning drama Womb, Benedek Fliegauf is directing lead actress Eva Green in a scene set in a meticulously recreated traditional dwelling on the North Sea coast.
With our special thanks to Anouk!
And… You’ve probably noticed that we have a brand new gallery header! 😉 While I loved the last one, it was time for a change. And the responsible for this fabulous fresh new look is the talented Laura! Thank you so much dear! I hope you all love it as much as I do!
Thanks to Olga Iv, here’s an interview that took place during Eva’s trip to St. Petersburg. It was published in Hello magazine (Russia) #27. Unfortunately she can’t send us scans ’cause she doesn’t have the magazine; it was sold out. She found the interview on the website http://hello.ru/articles/belie_nochi.html
Eva, you present the jewelry company. Do you agree that diamonds are the best girls’ friends?
Maybe, yes, but partly. What girl doesn’t like jewels? I also do but I don’t like if it’s too much or if it sparkles a lot. It can draw an attention from a woman. I prefer expensive jewel but laconic one.
The 2009 Toronto Film Festival, which begins Sept. 10, will hold the world premiere of “Cracks”!!!
“Cracks,” Jordan Scott, Ireland, World Premiere. In an austere and remote girls’ boarding school, the most elite clique of girls are the illustrious members of the school’s diving team. As they compete for the attention of their glamorous teacher (Eva Green), the arrival of a beautiful Spanish girl disrupts the delicate social balance.
I’ve added 6 beautiful “Franklyn” stills thanks to Anouk.
16-year-old Jacob follows clues that take him to a mysterious island, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine's School for Peculiar Children. As Jacob explores the abandoned bedrooms and hallways, he discovers that its former occupants were far more than peculiar; they possessed incredible powers. And they may still be alive.IMDb
A frightening psychological thriller that weaves together classic horror origin stories into a new adult drama.Official Photos Facebook Twitter YouTube IMDb
In 1870s America, a peaceful American settler kills his family's murderer which unleashes the fury of a notorious gang leader. His cowardly fellow townspeople then betray him, forcing him to hunt down the outlaws alone.Photos IMDb Facebook Instagram