Behind the success of “Polar Park,” India Hair is a slightly perched actress who plays on the wire

It was only a matter of time before he appeared on screen. We notice her high-pitched, sometimes shaky voice, giving the impression that she is constantly on the verge of crisis while her honest look with her piercing blue eyes suggests otherwise, then her serene blonde hair and childishly mischievous smile on her face. which the good Lord will give without recognition. By stringing together fine roles in three of the best French-language series of recent years – “Polar Park” broadcast this month, the humorous Belgian discovery “Des gens bien” and last year’s drama “les Hautes Herbes,” all broadcast on Arte – then , in a very different context, as an uptight social worker in the feature film “Nothing to lose” by Delphine Deloget this week, India Hair ultimately stands out from the crowd and that’s only natural.

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In “Polar Park” we got to see it in Aurélie Poulidor, a French teacher who is fascinated by David Rousseau, a thriller writer played by Jean-Paul Rouve visits the coldest village in France, offering his students to inspire your style when writing essays. He would accept Gustave Flaubert into his class and he would not be happier.

Gérald Hustache-Mathieu, the creator of the series, he explained to us, created it

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