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in a slit dress in Cannes, the Belgian actress raises the temperature

Because it is one of the appointments of the Seventh Art not to be missed under any pretext, the Cannes film festival takes up residence in the eponymous coastal town, from May 17 to 28, 2022. With a five-star cast, combined with film stars and world-renowned personalities, this prestigious event marks the start of the festivities, and invites rhinestones and sequins, as usual.

Cannes Film Festival 2022: a prestigious cast

Maintained despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the Cannes Film Festival 2022 has nothing to envy to previous years. If since this Tuesday May 17 Julianne Moore the American actress with flamboyant hair, Bérénice Bejo, Rossy de Palma, Eva Longoria and Romain Duris invested the red carpet and responded to the multiple photocallsthe succession is assured, since the Croisette is preparing to welcome none other than Marion Cotillard and Kristen Stewart eagerly awaited by film and fashion aficionados. Similarly, Tom Cruise, Tom Hanks and Jean Dujardin in terms of the male sex. All in all, among the excellence, Virginie Efira stands out as the most anticipated personality of the Cannes Film Festival 2022.

Virginie Efira, sumptuous mistress of ceremonies at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival

Marked by a kick-off at 7 p.m., the opening ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival 2022 thus honored the former Franco-Belgian television host, who became the new conductor for the opening and closing of the event, succeeding Doria Tillier who held this role last year. Come to defend the film Benedetta by Paul Verhoeven last year, Virginie Efira tackles this time a new challenge, the role of mistress of ceremonies.

Placed on the front of the stage, it is alongside Vincent Lindon appointed president of the jury and assisted by the British actress Rebecca Hall as well as the French director Ladj Ly, that Virginie Efira stands out as a conductor.

Ready to play her new score, during a theatrical act, the pretty 45-year-old blonde had fun confiding on the set of 13 hours of France 2 on May 16, ” It seems to me that tomorrow, I may be in danger of collapsing as the day progresses. I hope to be able to get up at the time of the live. “. Grateful, the principal interested added, I couldn’t imagine that. (…) The idea all the same is to keep a natural, and that this exercise serves above all to highlight others than me“.

If the Belgian actress assures that ” the idea is not to seek too much recognition“, it also attests “to be able to make films that could [lui, ndrl.] to possibly please as a spectator, to be able to work with people who want to tell their inner world and to try to be as close as possible to that, that’s really something joyful “. Undoubtedly reassured, the beauty thus made a strong impression on D-Day.

In a Saint Laurent slit dress, Virginie Efira made a strong impression

Subjugated by the coming of Virginie Efira on the steps of the Palace, Internet users could not hide their emotions in the face of the assurance and elegance of the Belgian actress. ” Impossible not to be in love or in love with Virginie Efira. PERFECT. » or “Sublime, just sublime Virginie Efira! “. Full card for the companion of Niels Schneider. One of the reasons? Its stylistic transformation into a modern-day siren, molded in a Saint Laurent shimmering dressimagined by the Belgian couturier just like her, Anthony Vaccarello.

Shining brightly, this long slit dress in embroidered silk georgette went hand in hand with the Tina sandals in coordinated mixed leather, also made by the French luxury house. A high-flying creation, subtly cut in the length, revealing the striking footwork of the Belgian actress.

Mistress of ceremonies: a role that is close to the heart of the Belgian actress

The world is written in an incomprehensible language. The cinema translates it for us. » spoke Virginie Efira in front of a vintage audience. “If cinema may not change the world, it can at least show it the example (…) Cinema is alive. “, before pushing the song at the start of the evening on the title That I love you by Johnny Hallyday, also Belgian. A poignant tribute, paid with the songwriter Vincent Delerm who officiated behind the piano. A key moment, which the actress underlined by the fact “cinema is listened to at least as much as it is watched”.

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