Chloé Jouannet, ferryman of dreams

Chloe Jouannet. JOEL SAGET/AFP

PORTRAIT – In the movie My heroine, the 25-year-old actress plays an aspiring director, determined to give her script to her idol, Julia Roberts. A scenario inspired by the true story of Noémie Lefort.

“I grew up in the world of cinema, I was interested in defending this young girl who lives at the opposite of the seventh art and who gives herself the strength to get there”, professes Chloé Jouannet. At 25, the daughter of comedians Thomas Jouannet and Alexandra Lamy, also niece of Audrey Lamy, picks up with My heroine his first leading role in the cinema and brings to this old-fashioned comedy the force of a tornado.

She plays Alex, a high school student from Rouen, a cinephile fan of Julia Roberts who decides to drop everything to go to New York and give a script to her idol. This odyssey seemingly sewn with the same white thread that made the career of the American superstar ofPretty Womanat Love at first sight in Notting Hill is nevertheless very real and retraces the founding moment of the vocation of the director and journalist Noémie Lefort. “Alex is a young girl in a bad way that no one believes in. Her trajectory, which is that of Noémie, reminds us that spontaneity is sometimes worth…

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