Bonnaire stars as ‘Mademoiselle’ shoots

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Sandrine Bonnaire has started shooting “Mademoiselle,” a love story directed by French director Philippe Lioret and produced by Patrick Godeau.

The actress, whose last film was Regis Warnier’s “East West,” stars opposite Jacques Gamblin.

“Mademoiselle” was co-written by Lioret and Christian Sinniger. It is being shot in Paris and Lyon.

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