If the new French cinema were to choose its Marianne, Nadia Tereszkiewicz would be the ideal candidate. Because beyond her voluptuous figure, this 27-year-old actress, born in France to a Polish father and a Finnish mother, is the symbol of a generation determined to impose its choices, both in the image it conveys (through social networks and the media) and in its artistic options.
On the other side, the muse of Dior is a docile bird towards an "image" team that struggles to open its cage. On the flip side, the actress flies from one project to another according to her curiosity and spontaneous desires. When she lands, in front of us, on the terrace of the hotel Barrière Le Majestic, in the middle of the Cannes Film Festival, she is Nadia, a delightful young woman who clings frantically to your arm when she sees a raptor trained to scare the gulls of the restaurant, an actress who willingly lends herself to the selfie game for a very young fan from Spain and a...
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