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“I don’t really understand it when the English talk about Europe as if they’re not part of it.” Really, we’re supposed to be talking about The Ones Below, a psychological thriller in which she plays an expectant London mother whose idyll is disturbed by a deeply creepy couple who move into the flat below. “It makes me so sad,” she says of the prospect of Brexit. I’m aware that I have a very privileged life and I’m sure everyone has their valid reasons.
But all I can say is that it would make me sad if you were to leave.
As storm clouds gather over Europe, Britain stands at a crossroads.
Down one path lurk Iain Duncan Smith and Nigel Farage and that woman in the sequined Union Jack mini-dress from the Britain’s Coming Home video, all harmonising about fishing quotas.
She reprised her role as Fleur Delacour in both Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows movies.
In 2010, Poésy appeared alongside James Franco in 127 Hours, directed by Danny Boyle.
This Thursday (May 7), the "Harry Potter" fandom was turned upside down when actress Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) posted an adorable birthday shoutout pic to Robbie Jarvis (young James Potter).
The two had So in honor of this too-good-to-be-true romantical pairing, we've used our brain-hats to sort some other "Potter" singletons into relationship bliss.
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In 2008, Poésy starred in the Academy Award-nominated film In Bruges, alongside Colin Farrell, and Harry Potter co-stars Ralph Fiennes and Brendan Gleeson.
In 2009, Poésy appeared in Heartless opposite Jim Sturgess.
In 2004, Gena married NHL hockey player Cale Hulse.
Each and every link has been reviewed by hand before adding it to this page, to ensure it meets our quality standards.After leaving La Source, the bilingual, alternative school she attended until the age of 16, Poésy studied drama at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique (CNSAD, the French National Academy of Dramatic Arts), the Atelier International de Blanche Salant et Paul Weaver, and the University of Nanterre.