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It was like everyone was doing a different film, which was a love story, and Eddie showed up and he was bringing the war with him.
"It was very, very impressive because all of a sudden I was looking at this person that I'd been acting with for a few weeks and he wasn't himself anymore, it was someone else.
Then there's a perilously pretentious moment when she begins talking about the difference between British actors and French ones.
The former, she says, look upon their job as a craft as opposed to an art: 'Serious and simple at the same time, with a humility.' She gets away with all this because she's indisputably cool, the way that French girls just are, with their Gauloises and attitude.
' But between shoot days, she flits hither and thither like an oligarch's wife - 'I'm never anywhere for more than three weeks. Her first English-speaking role was as Mary, Queen of Scots for a BBC production in 2004 - so she can easily summon the appropriate Caledonian hauteur for Chanel's Paris Edinburgh collection for our shoot, which involves drifting around in tweeds, tartan cuffs and Elizabethan ruffs.
But her big break really came when she played silver-haired wizard exchange student Fleur Delacour in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in 2005, followed by a Belgian drug-dealer alongside Colin Farrell in In Bruges.
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"No, it's not as famous in France as it is in England.
Read on to find out what she had to say about Eddie, sex scenes and why she's glad she didn't meet Faulks on set...In 1913 Connie Reid marries wealthy Nottingham colliery owner Sir Clifford Chatterley but he returns from the Great War disabled and in a wheelchair. See full summary » A romantic drama set in Germany just before WWI and centered on a married woman who falls in love with her husband's protégé. Separated first by duties and then by the war, they pledge their devotion to one another. "I think the people we meet in life and the loves of our lives are very, very important in what we become, like change us - when it's right probably change us for the best. "But there was one scene that Eddie and I freaked out about for a long, long time which is a scene where they see each other at the very end of their story.What was extremely weird for me was that I arrived on set when they had finished with all the war bit.