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Le 7eme Diane_candle

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Diane Haziel

Diane de Rays

As a child, Diane Haziel was a competitive horseback rider and active in school theater, a background that lead her to a small role in the James Ivory film Jefferson in Paris. Subsequently, Stephane Guenin cast her in three short films Iron 5, Gun, and Janus.

Her role of Diane Rays in The 7th Lie is her first starring role in a feature film.

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Georges Souchon

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GEORGES MARTIN-CENSIER

Georges de Rays
Georges Martin-Censier is a French entertainment attorney with a passion for stage and screen. Prior to The 7th Lie, Georges played Pasteur Morand in The Year of Capricorn produced in Switzerland by Jean-Luc Wey; the Registrar in Christine Questerbert’s The Dark Room; and the owner of the Blue Moon in Thousand Carats, a Remy Waterhouse comedy.

Director Stéphane Guenin cast Mr. Martin-Censier in Iron 5, Gun, and Janus, and in 2001, Stéphane offered him the male lead in his first feature film, the role of the orchestra leader Georges de Rays in The 7th Lie. Georges de Rays is a disturbing, often “border line” character throughout a strange dreamlike story loosely based on “Bluebeard” by Charles Perrault.

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Le 7eme Bonnet_Gun

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STEPHANE BONNET

Stephane
Stéphane Bonnet was born in Morocco and moved to Paris at the age of 6 years. After university, he began his acting career in theater and, after several small roles in film and television, his first major role was in Goodbye I Love You with Bruno Cremer and Marie-Christine Barrault.

He has worked with such famous directors such as Guy Hamilton, Jeannot Szwarc, Georges Lautner. His Italian period included the highly successful film Journeys of Love directed by Ottavio Fabbri with Omar Shariff and Lea Massari .

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Le 7eme Alex_Bonnet

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ALEXANDRE VIGOUROUX

Alexandre is predominantly a stage actor. “I took my first acting lessons at the Cours Florent and the National Theatre School of Chaillot. This passion for theater was born thanks to my parents, who from the age 8 to 20 years made me discover every fortnight a play. So I had the chance to admire many artists and different worlds. Since then I have played in twenty pieces from the classical repertoire to contemporary authors.”

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