Cannes 2019: Britain's Emily Beecham wins best actress for psychological thriller Little Joe

Cannes' best actress Emily Beecham is the star of psychological chiller Little Joe in which she plays a scientist working on a flower whose smell can make people euphoric.

FP Staff May 26, 2019 11:12:54 IST
Cannes 2019: Britain's Emily Beecham wins best actress for psychological thriller Little Joe

British actress Emily Beecham won the best actress award at the Cannes film festival on Saturday.

The 35-year-old is the star of psychological chiller Little Joe in which she plays a scientist working on a flower whose smell can make people euphoric.

The actress — the star of the martial arts television series Into the Badland — joked that she was in such a hurry to rush back to Cannes for the awards ceremony that she forgot her toothbrush.

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Merci beaucoup @festivaldecannes pour un festival magnifique! You were missed @benjwhishaw 💜@thebureaufilms #coop99 #kerryfox #jessicahausner #kitconnor #phenixbrossard #littlejoefilm Written by @geraldine.bajard Directed by #jessicahausner And thank you @taniagrier & @code8beauty for doing my make up!

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