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Ralph Fiennes was born in Suffolk, United Kingdom in 1962. He has been honored with two Oscar nominations, the first for his role as a Nazi commandant in Steven Speilberg's 'Schindler's List' (1993), the second for 'The English Patient' (1996), which established Fiennes as one of the most talented British actors. Fiennes made his directorial debut in 2011 with a modern version of Shakespeare's 'Coriolanus'.
Cécile de France was born in Namur, Belgium in 1975. She moved to Paris at seventeen to study theatre. After she graduated, she was offered several important roles in films such as 'L'auberge Espagnole' (2002), which earned her the César Award for most promising actress. Her international breakthrough came with 'High Tension' (2003). She has worked with many important directors including Claude Chabrol and the Dardenne brothers.