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showcased her incredible style at the post premiere reception for Munich – The Edge of War on Wednesday. <br>The actress, 32, made a leggy display in a white shirt dress and a black cape style blazer during the 65th at Kettner’s Townhouse in . <br>The beauty- who plays Pamela Legat in the movie – completed her outfit with open toe heels and a mesh black scarf. <br> Wow!
Jessica Brown Findlay showcased her incredible style at the post premiere reception for Munich – The Edge of War on Wednesday<br>Her brunette locks were styled in soft curls and her glam makeup enhanced her striking features. <br>Downton Abbey star Jessica posed for a slew of snaps with German film director Christian Schwochow and actor Jeremy Irons, who also stars in the film. <br> RELATED ARTICLES
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Christian looked dapper in a navy suit which he paired with a black shirt and he opted for comfort in Adidas trainers.<br>The Man in the Iron Mask actor donned a waistcoat with jeans which he paired with a smart coat. <br> Beautiful: The actress, 32, made a leggy display in a white shirt dress and a black cape style blazer during the 65th BFI London Film Festival at Kettner’s Townhouse in London<br> Cast: Jessica posed for IDN Poker Online Uang Asli Terpercaya Server IDNPLAY Indonesia a slew of snaps with German film director Christian Schwochow and actor Jeremy Irons, who also stars in the film<br> Style: The beauty- who plays Pamela Legat in the movie – completed her outfit with open toe heels and a mesh black scarf<br>Munich – The Edge of War is based on the international bestselling novel written by Robert Harris in 2018. <br>The flick sees a British civil servant and a German diplomat cross paths in 1938 Munich as they try to prevent a war in Europe. <br>Adolf Hitler is preparing to invade Czechoslovakia and Neville Chamberlain’s government desperately seeks a peaceful solution. <br>With the pressure building, Hugh Legat, British civil servant, and Paul von Hartmann, German diplomat, travel to Munich for the emergency Conference. <br> On set: Munich – The Edge of War is based on the international bestselling novel written by Robert Harris in 2018 (Pictured Jeremy as Neville Chamberlain, George MacKay as Hugh Legat_<br> Scene: The flick sees a British civil servant and a German diplomat cross paths in 1938 Munich as they try to prevent a war in Europe (Pictured Sandra Huller as Helen Winter, Jannis Niewohner as Paul Hartman)<br>As negotiations begin, the two old friends find themselves at the centre of a web of political subterfuge and very real danger. <br>Jessica is also due to star in the the drama, Life After Life alongside Fleabag’s Sian Clifford. <br>Filming has now begun on the adaptation of Kate Atkinson’s critically-acclaimed novel, which follows heroine Ursula Todd having alternative possible lives. <br>Jojo Rabbit’s Thomasin McKenzie, 20, will take on the lead role of Ursula, while Sian, 39, will play her mother Sylvie. <br> Talent: Talent: Fleabag’s Sian Clifford and Jessica lead the stellar line-up for the new BBC drama, Life After Life<br>Also joining the cast in the four-part drama is James McArdle, who will play Ursula’s father Hugh, and Jessica Hynes (Years and Years).<br>They are joined by Patsy Ferran (Black Narcissus), Harry Michell (Yesterday), Laurie Kynaston (The Trouble with Maggie Cole) Joshua Hill (Small Axe) and Maria Laird (Derry Girls). <br>The series is being directed by BAFTA award-winning director John Crowley (Brooklyn, Boy A). <br> Main character: Jojo Rabbit’s Thomasin McKenzie (pictured), 20, will take on the lead role of Ursula, while Sian, 39, will play her mother Sylvie<br>The story will follow Ursula as she is born one night in 1910, but dies before she draws her first breath.<br>On that same night in 1910, Ursula is reborn and survives.
Time and time again, living and dying in different circumstances, Ursula is reborn into a new, alternative iteration of life once more.<br>The compelling story follows Ursula as she navigates each new life, through a critical era which spans two world wars, an encounter with Hitler and major life events.<br>Of playing the lead role, Thomasin said: ‘I’m drawn to Life After Life because it makes me laugh, cry, clench my fists in anger or whoop with empowerment. <br> Critically-acclaimed show: Sian is best known for playing Claire, the older sister of the titular character in the BBC comedy-drama series Fleabag (pictured with Phoebe Waller-Bridge)<br> Period drama: Jessica played Lady Sybil Crawley in the ITV television series Downton Abbey<br>’Bash has done a stunning job at adapting Kate Atkinson’s masterpiece, and working with John has already taught me a great deal – reinforcing my love for collaborating and creating.'<br>Tessa Ross and Juliette Howell, executive producers for House Productions, added: ‘We feel extremely lucky to have worked with John Crowley and Fiona Weir to assemble such a very special cast – some of the UK’s most talented actors for this wonderful story of Ursula Todd’s many fascinating, joyful, traumatic, amusing and surprising lives.<br>’And in Thomasin, we have found our perfect heroine for Bash’s beautiful scripts.
With her luminous intelligence, she brings an extraordinary maturity to this part.’ <br>Life After Life will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, with the premiere date yet to be confirmed.<br> Stellar line-up: Also joining the cast in the four-part drama is James McArdle, who will play Ursula’s father Hugh<br>
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