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Chai Fonacier on ‘Nocebo’ co-star Eva Green: ‘Best, kindest, most talented’

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Chai Fonacier on ‘Nocebo’ co-star Eva Green: ‘Best, kindest, most talented’

CO-STARS. Eva Green and Chai Fonacier work together for the film 'Nocebo.'

Photo from Chai Fonacier's Instagram account

Chai takes to Instagram to thank Eva

Chai Fonacier was all praise for her French actress Eva Green, who she worked with for the upcoming film Nocebo.

Chai took to her Instagram on Wednesday, May 5, to thank Eva, sharing a photo of the two of them and saying that it took her a while to post “because how can one make a post that encompasses her? I can’t. One can’t.”

The award-winning Cebuana actress said that she could say many good things about Eva “but then it would shatter part of the wonderful sense of mystery she holds over all of us.”

“So I’ll leave it that, while being utterly, utterly truthful about it: She is among the best, kindest, most talented people I have ever worked with,” Chai said.

“Thank you, [Eva Green], for gracing us with your presence, your intensity, passion, your art, and the beauty of your being. Grateful to be a witness to this awesomeness,” she continued.

Chai’s post comes over a month after Eva praised Chai on her own Instagram, describing her as “truly a great actress with extraordinary depth and sensitivity.”

In Nocebo, Chai plays a Filipino caregiver who uses folk medicine to help heal Eva’s character, a fashion designer who has fallen ill with a mysterious illness.

Directed by Lorcan Finnegan and written by Garret Shanley, the film is set between London and Manila. Filming began in Dublin, Ireland, and will continue in Manila. –

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