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I have no time, I'm working so much in Paris." In the end she acquiesced, but rather than simply record her lines, she made a mini-movie, featuring music, effects and even a talking dog. The result was a recent sojourn to the Paris stage to perform in the play Promenade De Sant.
If Laurent, 27, boasts a rebellious streak, she's also highly self-critical. "If I don't feel the part, if I don't understand my character, if I don't like all the story around my character, I won't make that movie. A further risk comes from the fact that Laurent is currently putting the finishing touches to her debut album, on which she has collaborated with Irish singer-songwriter Damien Rice (rumour has it they're also dating, though at one point she tells me "I have no boyfriend").
"I know how to play air violin of Tchaikovsky, which is very important in life. "Given her roots, I wonder how her grandfather reacted to this tale. It's complicated for him to accept everything in that movie." Heaven knows what he'll make of her next film The Round-Up, which deals with the Second World War deportation of Jewish children from Paris to Germany.
Her mother is a ballet dancer-cum-teacher while her father dubs various characters in The Simpsons into French.
"It's funny, every time I watch TV I can hear my father! Importantly, she also has Jewish heritage - her grandfather survived deportation by the Nazis - which makes her role in Tarantino's film all the more poignant.
Of the 10 tracks included, five were co-written and co-produced by Damien Rice.
Rice also duets on two tracks, “Uncomfortable” and “Everything You’re Not Supposed To Be”, which you can stream below.