Jessica Brown Findlay Demonstrates Legs In Munich – The Edge of War Premiere Reception


Jessica Brown Findlay showcased her incredible style at the reception after the Munich – The Edge of War premiere on Wednesday.

The actress, 32, demonstrated her legs in a white shirt dress and black cape-style blazer during the 65th BFI London Film Festival at Kettner’s Townhouse in London.

The beauty – who plays Pamela Legat in the film – completed her outfit with open heels and a black mesh scarf.

Wow! Jessica Brown Findlay showcased her amazing style at the reception after the Munich – The Edge of War premiere on Wednesday

Her brunette locks were styled in soft curls and her glamorous makeup enhanced her striking features.

Downton Abbey star Jessica posed for a series of snaps with German director Christian Schwochow and actor Jeremy Irons, who also stars in the film.

Christian looked dapper in a navy suit that he paired with a black shirt and he opted for the comfort of Adidas sneakers.

The Man in the Iron Mask actor donned a waistcoat with jeans that he paired with a stylish coat.

Gorgeous: The actress, 32, demonstrated her legs in a white shirt dress and black cape-style blazer during the 65th BFI London Film Festival at Kettner's Townhouse in London

Gorgeous: The actress, 32, demonstrated her legs in a white shirt dress and black cape-style blazer during the 65th BFI London Film Festival at Kettner’s Townhouse in London

Cast: Jessica posed for a series of snaps with German director Christian Schwochow and actor Jeremy Irons, who also stars in the film

Cast: Jessica posed for a series of snaps with German director Christian Schwochow and actor Jeremy Irons, who also stars in the film

Style: The beauty - who plays Pamela Legat in the film - completed her outfit with open heels and a black mesh scarf

Style: The beauty – who plays Pamela Legat in the film – completed her outfit with open heels and a black mesh scarf

Munich – The Edge of War is based on the internationally successful novel written by Robert Harris in 2018.

The film sees a British official and a German diplomat meet in 1938 in Munich as they attempt to prevent a war in Europe.

Adolf Hitler is preparing to invade Czechoslovakia and the government of Neville Chamberlain is desperate for a peaceful solution.

With the pressure mounting, Hugh Legat, a British civil servant, and Paul von Hartmann, a German diplomat, travel to Munich for the emergency conference.

On set: Munich ¿The Edge of War is based on the 2018 international blockbuster novel written by Robert Harris (Photo Jeremy as Neville Chamberlain, George MacKay as Hugh Legat_

On the set: Munich – The Edge of War is based on the internationally successful novel written by Robert Harris in 2018 (pictured Jeremy as Neville Chamberlain, George MacKay as Hugh Legat_

Scene: The film sees a British official and a German diplomat in 1938 in Munich as they try to prevent a war in Europe (photo of Sandra Huller as Helen Winter, Jannis Niewohner as Paul Hartman)

Scene: The film sees a British official and a German diplomat meet in Munich in 1938 as they attempt to prevent a war in Europe (photo of Sandra Huller as Helen Winter, Jannis Niewohner as Paul Hartman)

As negotiations begin, the two old friends find themselves at the center of a web of political subterfuge and very real dangers.

Jessica is also set to star in the BBC drama Life After Life alongside Fleabag’s Sian Clifford.

Filming has now begun on the adaptation of Kate Atkinson’s critically acclaimed novel, which follows heroine Ursula Todd having other possible lives.

Thomasin McKenzie, 20, of Jojo Rabbit, will take on the lead role of Ursula, while Sian, 39, will play his mother Sylvie.

Talent: Fleabag's Sian Clifford (pictured) and Jessica lead the stellar line-up for new BBC drama Life After Life

Talent: Fleabag's Sian Clifford and Jessica (pictured) lead the stellar line-up for new BBC drama Life After Life

Talent: Talent: Fleabag’s Sian Clifford and Jessica lead the stellar line-up for new BBC drama Life After Life

James McArdle, who will play Ursula’s father, Hugh, and Jessica Hynes (Years and Years) will also join the cast in the four-part drama.

They are joined by Patsy Ferran (Black Narcissus), Harry Michell (Yesterday), Laurie Kynaston (The Trouble with Maggie Cole) Joshua Hill (Small Ax) and Maria Laird (Derry Girls).

The series is directed by BAFTA-winning director John Crowley (Brooklyn, Boy A).

Main character: Thomasin McKenzie of Jojo Rabbit (pictured), 20, will take on the lead role of Ursula, while Sian, 39, will play his mother Sylvie

Main character: Thomasin McKenzie of Jojo Rabbit (pictured), 20, will take on the lead role of Ursula, while Sian, 39, will play his mother Sylvie

The story will follow Ursula as she was born one night in 1910, but dies before breathing for the first time.

That same night in 1910, Ursula was reborn and survived. Time and time again, living and dying under different circumstances, Ursula is reborn in a new alternate iteration of life.

The fascinating story follows Ursula as she navigates each new life, through a critical era that spans two world wars, an encounter with Hitler, and major life events.

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 cry emancipation.

Critically acclaimed show: Sian is best known for playing Claire, the older sister of the main character of the BBC comedy-drama series Fleabag (pictured with Phoebe Waller-Bridge)

Critically acclaimed show: Sian is best known for playing Claire, the older sister of the main character of the BBC comedy-drama series Fleabag (pictured with Phoebe Waller-Bridge)

Period drama: Jessica played Lady Sybil Crawley in ITV TV series Downton Abbey

Period drama: Jessica played Lady Sybil Crawley in ITV TV series Downton Abbey

“Bash did an amazing job adapting Kate Atkinson’s masterpiece, and working with John has already taught me a lot – reinforcing my love for collaboration and creation.”

House Productions executive producers Tessa Ross and Juliette Howell added: “We feel extremely lucky to have worked with John Crowley and Fiona Weir to put together such a special cast – some of the UK’s most talented actors for this. wonderful story of Ursula Todd so many fascinating, joyful, traumatic, funny and surprising lives.

“And in Thomasin, we found our perfect heroine for the beautiful scripts of Bash. With her bright intelligence, she brings extraordinary maturity to this role. ‘

Life After Life will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, with a premiere date not yet confirmed.

Stellar Line-up: James McArdle, who will play Ursula's father Hugh, will also join the cast of the four-part drama.

Stellar Line-up: James McArdle, who will play Ursula’s father Hugh, will also join the cast of the four-part drama.


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