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New on Netflix: A movie that proves Adele Exarchopoulos is also a great comedic actress

She is one of the most popular French actresses and will make a splash at the 77th Cannes Film Festival: Adele Exarchopoulos will attend the presentation of Gilles Lelouch’s Official Competition L’Amour ouf, in which she. Shares the screen with Francois Civil.

But before you find him in this intriguing musical drama, which doesn’t hit theaters until October, you can check out another movie with Adele Exarchopoulos on Netflix. Accustomed to dramatic roles after appearing in Abdellatif Kechiche’s The Life of Adele: Chapters 1 and 2, the French actress has since proven that she also has a knack for comedy.

His comedic talent can be seen in the series La Flamme by Jonathan Cohen and its sequel Le Flambeau, in the show LOL: Qui rit, sorte!, Fumer fait cough by Quentin Dupierre and Voleuses by Melanie Laurent.

Adele Exarchopoulos like we’ve never seen before!

One of the first feature films where Adele Exarchopoulos showed her hilarious potential was in a film by one of the most prolific French directors of recent years: Quentin Dupierre.

The man who will open the 77th edition of the Cannes Film Festival with “The Second Act” has made no fewer than 8 films in six years. And in Mandibles, released in 2021, Adele Exarchopoulos clearly stands out against the ultra popular and calibrated Palmashow duo, namely David Marsais and Grégoire Ludig.

The actress plays Agnes, a young woman with a language disorder that means she always expresses herself by shouting. Which leads to funny scenes where Adele Exarchopoulos is very expressive and delivers her lines with great freedom and mockery.

To recall, Mandibles tells the story of Jean-Gab and Manu, two ordinary friends who find a giant fly stuck in the trunk of a car. Then they decide to train to earn money from it.

The rest of the cast includes Indian Hair, Raphael Cuenard, Bruno Loche, Coralie Racer and Romeo Elvis. So if you missed AlloCiné’s 3 out of 5 audience-rated movies, you can catch up now!

Quentin Dupierre’s Jaws is now available on Netflix.

Source: Allocine

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