This is her first role on screen. Julia de Nunez, who studied drama at Perimony's prestigious Paris private school, made her first appearance in front of the camera in this role. The actress is still unknown to the public. She just finished filming the series-event "Bardot" for France 2. In it, she portrays the sex symbol of her youth.
This biopic, which will be broadcast soon, is divided into six episodes of 52-minute length. Written and directed by Daniele Thompson and Christopher Thompson, it traces the remarkable destiny of BB, French icon and essential figure in the 7th Art. It begins at age 15, when he auditioned, and ends 10 years later with 'La Verite,'' by Henri-Georges Clouzot.
The production enlisted five stars to accompany the actress as she took her first steps: Victor Belmondo, Geraldine Pailhas, Hippolyte Girardot, Hippolyte Girardot, Hippolyte Girardot and Louis-Do de Lencquesaing.
This story is about a little girl who was born in Paris' 15th arrondissement. She received a strict education and feels unloved. Her parents prefer Marie-Jeanne to her. She escapes through classical dancing, which she has been practicing since the age of 7. She escapes through classical dance, which she has been practicing since the age of 7.
Bardot takes on her sexuality and does not wish to be a good wife nor mother. She can choose her men between Paris and Saint-Tropez. She can dress and undress however she likes, and she can even say what she thinks. She is the first French celebrity to be recognized around the globe because of this freedom.