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[Interview] – Audrey L’Ebrellec – ‘Minuit Sur Le Borough’ – A Feature Film

 

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Audrey L’Ebrellec, an actress, known for Elizabeth I (2017) as Mary, Queen of Scots has another interesting film project coming up. She told us what we need to know about the film and how did she manage to change her native French accent to British.

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Audrey, we saw the trailer for the film called “Minuit Sur Le Borough”. How come you join this project and what can we expect?

I’ve joined this project early this year. I really liked the script and the message of the film, so I was really happy to get on board. The film is currently raising funds through crowdfunding (Kickstarter) and I’m hoping to start to film soon. It’s the story of a washed out jazz pianist and a young photographer who meet on New Year’s Eve after they’ve both been jilted.

What kind of role do you play in this film?

I play Corinne, a neurotic French photographer, who’s been dumped by her boyfriend on New Year’s Eve. Corinne is a young woman spending her life traveling around the world. She wants to appear as this strong, independent woman but in fact, she is quite vulnerable and always missing opportunities to find happiness and stability in her life.

Who would definitely have to see this film and why?

I think this film would be for all lovers of independent films who like dark romantic comedies. It raises subjects as a relationship between men and women, the search of happiness, dreams and the impact of your professional life upon your private one. And as the director, Matt E Hudson told me once, this movie is a love letter to London. So everyone loving London would hopefully enjoy it.

How does language effects your acting? Do you feel more comfortable acting in French or English language?

Language is obviously an important part of acting, as it helps to put words on feelings and deliver a message. I’ve always found it easier to act in English. It feels more natural to me. I could not really explain why. It’s a mystery to me too.

In this film, you speak French – your native language, but you have also an amazing British accent. What is your secret?

I’ve been working really hard on my accent for the last two years. I have an amazing dialect coach and she’s been working with me since day one. I had a very thick French accent when I started, and I’m still amazed at the results. Of course, I still have to work on it but it’s almost there! I wanted to do this work on my accent so I could hopefully get more opportunities in the acting industry and now I love sounding British!

Audrey’s Showreel:

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