Clémence Poésy, the fake diaphanous

PORTRAIT – Actress appreciated on both sides of the Channel, she started in Harry Potterplay in In Therapy and in Essex Snakeon Apple TV+ .

The magic of Harry Potter leads to everything: from Doctor Dayan’s sofa to the muddy, frozen and misty swamps of the east of England. This spring, the diaphanous and discreet French actress Clémence Poésy is omnipresent on screens on both sides of the Channel. Arte viewers found her in season 2 ofIn therapy, where she still consults the psychiatrist played by Frédéric Pierrot. Apple TV + subscribers have been discovering it since mid-May inThe Essex Serpent under the erased but serene features of Stella Ransome, the wife of a pastor at the beginning of the XXe century, whose flocks are convinced to have glimpsed a new Loch Ness monster.

A soap opera in costumes as the British know how to treat them so well, this adaptation of Sarah Perry’s novel begins with a supernatural air to better address the mysteries of faith, superstition and the eternal struggle between reason and feelings through Stella’s husband. , played by the dark and Shakespearian

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