Unfortunately, Léa didn’t win the César for Best Actress, the award went to Emmanuelle Riva for her performance in “Amour”. However, Benoît Jacquot’s “Les Adieux a la Reine”, in which Léa plays the Queen’s reader, Sidonie, won three awards:

César Award for Best Cinematography
César Award for Best Production Design
César Award for Best Costume Design

I’m sure tomorrow we’ll have some lovely pictures of Léa arriving at the ceremony, meanwhile I leave you some screencaps of Léa sitting right between Benoît Jacquot and her sister, Camille Seydoux.

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