Don’t let politics get you to boycotting French imports just yet. The land of ooh-la-la still comes up with ooh-la-lovelies such as Clémence Poésy. This charming cherie first came to our attention as a young seductress in the dark familial comedy Bienvenue chez les Rozes (2003). Clémence’s French pastries were tempting enough to make it totally believable that her character was related to a skinema legend like Carole Bouquet. The rising star finally made her skinternational move while stirring up royal controversy as a sexy Mary, Queen of Scots in the violent BBC drama Gunpowder, Treason and Plot (2004). And now Clémence is commencing to our local multiplexes with a tamer turn in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005), playing the role of legendary female Triwizard competitor Fleur Delacour. More heavenly T&A from Clémence in the historical drama The Silence of Joan (2011), but the close-up muff shot is that of a body double. You'll want a pocketful of Ms. Poésy!
In Bruges (2008) - as Chloë