Virginie Efira and Niels Schneider : Tender kisses after the incident in Cannes

It all started on the filming ofAn impossible love by Catherine Corsini released on November 7, 2018. Virginie Efira gives in this melodrama of love reply to Niels Schneider, Caesar’s best hope in 2017 to black Diamond. The two actors play a relationship passionate and tragic, but the chemistry between them goes beyond the screen and is born a true love story. Today, they defend together another feature-length film, in competition for the Palme d’or at the Cannes film Festival : Sibyl. Under the direction of Justine Triet, who has already and brilliantly led in Victoria, the actress belgian 42-year-old is at the top of the poster and Niels Schneider embodies his lover, their love scenes are very steamy. At the photocall on 25 may 2019, the complicity of love is always palpable, and is a successor to their red carpets very romantic.

Indeed, the day before, during the presentation of the film for the first time, Virginie Efira was gorgeous in a black dress covered with sequins and scoop. However, she has been the victim of an incident of accessory: the thong of his sandal became detached. His partner and lover for 31-year-old put knee to earth to try to reconnect the link and had to renew his gesture at the foot of the steps of the palais des Festivals. Adèle Exarchopoulos, the other heroine of the drama Sibyl, is also coming to succor the unfortunate. The next day was held the photocall and once again, it was able to be a witness of the exchange of looks very soft : Cannes has never been so romantic !

Mom ofAli, 6 years, born out of his relationship with his ex, the director Mabrouk El Mechri, Virginie Efira is currently on a cloud from the point of view of personal and professional. His relationship with the charismatic Niels Schneider melts hearts as she is one of the favourites for the best actor prize at Cannes ! Sure value of French cinema since she has exploded in Twenty years apart, with Pierre Niney, it connects the benefits always more intense on the big screen. Named twice to the Caesar in the same year (for The Big Bath and An impossible love), it will in the long-awaited Benedetta of Paul Verhoeven, who had already chosen in her thriller It, presented in Cannes in 2016.