Julie (in 12 chapters): Renate Reinsve, the actress who thinks a lot

PORTRAIT – Today on the threshold of fame, the Norwegian actress, crowned at Cannes, had nevertheless decided to become a carpenter, before Joachim Trier sent her the script for her film.

“Let’s go party.” There is no small role or stupid figuration. In 2011, Renate Reinsve appeared for the time of a prophetic reply in the drama Oslo, August 31, by Joachim Trier. A fleeting presence on the screen, but more than nine days of work due to the lighting effects that the Norwegian director was looking for. Between takes, the filmmaker and actress had long existential discussions.

Ten years later, Trier offers his 33-year-old compatriot his first leading role in Julie (in 12 chapters) , funny, creaking and moving portrait of a 30-something woman navigating the chaos of life. The sequel is written like a cinematographic fairy tale: a selection at Cannes, unanimous love at first sight of the critic and the jury of Spike Lee, Renate Reinsve receiving, upset, the price for female interpretation.

Strange karma

“Two months later I still have adrenaline rushes and disbelief, confides Renate Reinsve. I knew the film had been well received. Corn

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