Revealed by Christophe Honoré in The Beautiful Person, she soon imposed herself as one of the most remarkable faces of the new French cinema. Curiously, she’s been noticed in great international productions, such as Robin Hood, by Sir Ridley Scott and Inglorious Basterds, by Quentin Tarantino. Her performance in Dear Prudence, by Rebecca Zlotowski, was very praised by the press in 2010’s Cannes.

Léa as Blanche de Montfort in Mistérios de Lisboa. Her character is somehow important (she’s Clotilde Hesme’s mother), but she appears very little. She plays a young woman who falls in love with a soldier but is practically obliged to get married with obsessively jealous Benoit Montfort.
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