By Gaelle Moury
En just a few years, Virgine Efira has become one of the essential faces of French cinema. First in romantic comedies like 20 years apart (2013) or A tall man (2016). Then, little by little, in leading auteur films which allow him to reveal the full extent of his talent. A thousand leagues, or almost, from his debut on television in Megamix then The New Star.
A decisive role in this successful shift: Victoria by Justine Triet (2016), which earned her her first César nomination for best actress. We will then see it in An impossible love by Catherine Corsini (2018), Goodbye idiots by Albert Dupontel (2020) or even Benedetta by Paul Verhoeven (2021).
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