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You may know Mélanie from her roles in La Princesse de Montpensier, Babylon AD, Princess Katherine in Henry V .
Mélanie will next star in The Zero Theorem, directed by Terry Gilliam .
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The Zero Theorem (2013)
directed by Terry Gilliam
Role Bainsley
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Le règne de la beauté (2014)
directed by Denys Arcand
Role Stéphanie
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A Perfect Day (2015)
directed by Fernando León de Aranoa
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Trailer “Le règne de la beauté”

Mar 24th, 2014 • 0 Comments

New photoshoot

I have added a new gorgeous photoshoot to the gallery . Check it out

Mar 20th, 2014 • 0 Comments

Interview Terry Gilliam for GQ Magazine

Excerpt from GQ UK magazine
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GQ: Mélanie Thierry’s character Bainsley, has some great costumes. What do you think it is about nurses’ outfits that men are particularly drawn towards?
Terry Gilliam: It was written in the script that she dressed as a nurse, so the idea of putting her in a latex outfit [pictured] was the sexiest solution. We all had the same reaction on set: the minute she walked on in that pink wig and the orange high heels, we were all just completely besotted. We’ve had a few comments about her role, the typical sexist remarks. No. She’s got a job to do, she’s a working girl. What I love about her is she changes from this very sexy thing to a very real woman when she whips the wig off. I never appreciated the sound of latex until she swished onto set. What is it about a nurse? They heal you after a battle. They see you at your most vulnerable and get to do all sorts of things with your body that other people might not, or at least, professionally might not.

What’s interesting is Mélanie had never done a part like this before; she’d always had these demure and proper roles so I told her to think of Marilyn Monroe and Judy Holliday and she just did it. You’ve got to do a spread on her in your magazine. She’s so wonderful.
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Mar 19th, 2014 • 0 Comments

Photocall “A Perfect Day” – Photos

Mélanie attended a photocall for her new movie “A Perfect Day” in Madrid today with her co-stars Benicio Del Toro, Tim Robbins, Olga Kurylenko, Fedja Stukan and director Fernando Leon de Aranoa.

Mar 14th, 2014 • 0 Comments

Zero Theorem – 2 new clips

Today is the UK Opening of The Zero Theorem! You can watch below 2 clips with Bainsley (Mélanie Thierry)

Mar 14th, 2014 • 1 Comment

New project !!

Del Toro, Robbins, Kurylenko Set for Fernando Leon de Aranoa’s ‘A Perfect Day’

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War-conflict drama marks Spanish helmer’s Emglish-language debut

MADRID — Benicio del Toro, Tim Robbins and Olga Kurylenko will star in conflict-zone drama “A Perfect Day,” the English-language debut of Fernando Leon de Aranoa, one of Spain’s most reputable and popular auteurs.

France’s Melanie Thierry (“Babylon AD” and Bosnia’s Fedja Stukan (“In the Land of Blood and Honey”) also form part of the choral cast.

The Spanish producer of Woody Allen’s “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” and “Midnight in Paris” and Isabel Coixet’s “The Secret Life of Words,” which toplined Tim Robbins, Mediapro will team with Reposado Producciones, Leon de Aranoa’s label, to produce “Day.” It marks their fourth feature co-production. Jaume Roures and Leon de Aranoa produce; Javier Mendez and Patricia de Muns exec-produce.

Rolling for 10 weeks in and around Granada, southern Spain, from March 17, “A Perfect Day” is a drama laced with large humor and tension, both of which come with the territory, plus echoes of war movies.

Leon’s sixth – and ironically titled – fiction feature turns on a motley group of aid workers in a conflict zone. They have divergent takes on their profession and the state they’re in. Sophie (Thierry) still wants to help people, Mambru (Del Toro), just wants to go home, Katya (Kurylenko) once wanted Mambru; Damir (Stukan) wants the war to end; B (Robbins) doesn’t know what he wants.

Together, they have to haul a body out of a well. But the simplest task, the film’s synopsis runs, becomes an impossible mission where the real enemy could be irrationality itself.

“The workers cross the frenzied war landscape trying to fix the problem, like guinea pigs in a maze,” the synopsis adds.

“A Perfect Day” adapts the novel, “Dejarse Llover,” by Paula Farias, a writer and doctor who has faced many humanitarian emergencies working for Doctors Without Borders since 1999.

“This film uses humor to distance itself: the wittiest comments, comedy at its wildest and grittiest, at its most desperate, often happens in the very midst of tragedy. Because there is no place on earth where it is more necessary,” said Leon de Aranoa.

He added: “Fast, direct, rough, a race against the clock, this film has no time to waste. Like cars in the mud, like the trucks in ‘The Wages of Fear,’ like the aid workers on the ground. Lively, luminous, impulsive, tough and dreamy, desperate, funny despite it all… that’s how I imagine this film.”

Mar 13th, 2014 • 0 Comments

Zero Theorem – Making Of

Feb 8th, 2014 • 0 Comments



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