Back on … the sandal incident of Virginie Efira on the steps of Cannes

Back on … the sandal incident of Virginie Efira on the steps of Cannes
Back on … the sandal incident of Virginie Efira on the steps of Cannes

On video. – Present at the Cannes Film Festival for the film Sibyl, the Belgian actress was stunning on May 24, 2019. But because of a sandal incident, Niels Schneider’s companion came close to falling.

Radiant in her black sequined Giorgio Armani Privé dress, the photographers had eyes only for her. On May 24, 2019, Virginie Efira walked the Cannes red carpet to present le film Sibyl, by Justine Triet. Smiles, poses, after the crackling flashes, the actress and her partners were about to climb the steps of the Palais des Festivals, when the actress was suddenly overcome by a slight disturbance.

A moment of cinema

Is she intimidated by the idea of ​​formalizing her relationship with Niels Schneider that night, on the most scrutinized red carpet in the world? Surely. But the main reason for his embarrassment was actually a problem with the sandals. Perched on magnificent sandals, the heroine of 20 years apart had the unpleasant surprise to discover that the straps on his shoes had just come undone.

In video, the red carpet on July 7

Knight servant

Unable to move forward, the Belgian actress was rescued by her companion. Sitting on the steps, Virginie Efira then unveiled her ankle so that her serving knight could tie up the capricious laces. The incident resolved, the actress moved, was able to climb the steps and offer photographers and festival-goers a real moment of cinema. This summer, the 44-year-old actress took to the steps of the Cannes Film Festival with the film crew Blessed, by Paul Verhoeven, in which she plays a 17th century Italian nun, tried for homosexuality. Highly anticipated, the feature film is already announced as sulphurous.

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