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One of Hollywood's greatest stars, she is best known for the series of films she made opposite her husband Humphrey Bogart, including 'To Have and Have Not' (1944) and 'The Big Sleep' (1946). More recently, she starred in Lars von Trier's 'Manderlay' (2005).
The Italian comedian, who excelled as a romantic villain and then a taxi driver with a predilection for sheep in Jim Jarmusch's 'Down By Law' (1986) and 'Night on Earth' (1991), is now best known as the writer, director and star of the Holocaust drama 'Life is Beautiful' (1997).
Born in 1964 in Paris, Juliette Binoche was only 23 when she first attracted the attention of international film critics with Philip Kaufman's 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being' (1988). Her filmography ranges from independent hits to high-budget productions, including roles in Kieslowski's masterpiece 'Three Colours: Blue', and an Oscar winning performance in Anthony Minghella's 'The English Patient' (1996).
A seasoned theatre performer, Tom Burke received the Ian Charleson Award in 2008 for his role of ‘Adolf’ in Creditors, directed by Alan Rickman at the Donmar Warehouse. Burke’s successful stage career has spanned well over a decade from his lead as Rodrigo, Marquis of Posa, in a revival of Friedrich Schiller’s Don Carlos, to other notable performances in The Deep Blue Sea (2016) as ‘Freddie’, and The Doctor’s Dilemma (2012) at the National Theatre, and many more. Also known for television, Burke most recently starred as lead in the STRIKE series (2017-2019), a BBC TV series adaptation of the crime novel series written by J. K. Rowling under the pseudonym of Robert Galbraith, and is perhaps best known for his highly-praised portrayal of Athos in the BBC Series The Musketeers, followed closely by his more recent role, Fredya Dolokhov, in the hugely popular BBC adaptation of Tolstoy’s War & Peace, which was widely lauded as one of the standout series from 2016. Tom co-stars in the highly anticipated The Souvenir. The film centers around the relationship between Tom’s complex character ‘Anthony’ and co-star Honor Swinton Byrne as ‘Julie’, an ambitious film student experiencing her first love affair.
Handsome, with a deep, lugubrious voice, Gabriel Byrne first made an impression as Uther Pendragon in John Boorman’s mystical 'Excalibur' (1981). He impressed as a journalist caught up in a government espionage scandal in 'Defence of the Realm' (1986) before taking on a series of significant roles in 'Gothic' (1986), 'Julia and Julia' (1987), 'Siesta' (1987) and 'A Soldier’s Tale' (1989). His conniving go-between in the Coens' 'Miller’s Crossing' (1990) remains one of his finest performances. He may or may not be Keyser Söze in 'The Usual Suspects' (1995) and ended the 1990s dabbling in blockbusters like 'Enemy of the State' (1998) and 'End of Days' (1999). Another excellent performance in 'Jindabyne' (2006) showed that Byrne is at his best playing morally compromised characters, further evinced by his excellent turn as the therapist Dr. Paul Weston in the TV series 'In Treatment' (2008-10). More recently, he is moving as the bereaved father in Joachim Trier’s 'Louder Than Bombs'.