Noomi Rapace looks flawless in a zip-front polka dot tracksuit at the gala screening of Anette


Noomi Rapace looks flawless in a zip-front polka dot tracksuit at the gala screening of Leo Carax’s new musical drama Anette


She shot to fame as Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. 

And Noomi Rapace put on a stylish display in a high-necked zip-front polka dot tracksuit at the gala screening of Anette in London on Thursday night. 

The Swedish actress, 41, took to the blue carpet at the Picturehouse cinema in central London to show support for Leos Carax’s new musical drama alongside her boyfriend Victor Thell. 

Stunning: Noomi Rapace put on a stylish display in a high-necked zip-front polka dot tracksuit at the gala screening of Anette in London on Thursday night

Noomi looked flawless in the edgy co-ord that featured a black strip down the arm and an elasticated waist. 

She dressed up the stylish athleisure wear with a pair of large gold earrings and a selection of chunky rings. 

The actress swept her brunette tresses up into a sleek bun and accentuated her features with a subtle sweep of bronze eyeshadow and a slick of nude lipstick.  

Noomi she sweetly held hands with her boyfriend Victor who looked cool in midnight blue velvet suit while posing for the photo call. 

Date night: Noomi was joined by her boyfriend Victor Thell who she sweetly held hands with while posing for the photo call

Date night: Noomi was joined by her boyfriend Victor Thell who she sweetly held hands with while posing for the photo call

Anette is Leo Carax’s English language debut and his first film since 2012’s Holy Motors. 

The film stars Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard who opened up about the movie’s strange sex scenes at Cannes film festival.  

The actress revealed: ‘We strangely never see people f****** or doing trivial things in musical comedies.’

In the film, Adam and Marion raise a daughter with a mysterious destiny.   

The trailer opens with Henry (Driver) and Ann (Cotillard) frolicking in a field, with Henry stating, ‘The first time I fell in love I woke up next to the girl and escaped, fast and far.’

Ann is seen eating an apple in bed while Henry rides his motorcycle through Los Angeles. 

Ann is a world-famous opera singer, with Henry a stand-up comedian in Los Angeles, as he adds, ‘What I see in her is obvious, what she sees in me… hmm, that’s a little more puzzling.’ 

Fashion forward: Noomi looked flawless in the edgy co-ord that featured a black strip down the arm and an elasticated waist

Fashion forward: Noomi looked flawless in the edgy co-ord that featured a black strip down the arm and an elasticated waist

Henry, who is described as, ‘a stand-up comedian with a fierce sense of humor,’ is seen performing on stage, before Henry and Ann’s daughter is born, Annette.

The doctor is seen using a comically large pair of scissors to clip the umbilical cord as the couple welcome their first child.

Henry is seen cradling the newborn with one arm while blowing cigarette smoke away from her in their backyard. 

The trailer continues with a number of shots of Driver, Cotillard and Simon Helberg, who plays a musical conductor simply known as The Conductor. 

Annette’s popularity has seemingly grown beyond both Henry and Ann, with the couple seen running with the child from a mob of fans.

Other fans in a packed building hold up signs that read, ‘We love Annette,’ as the couple are seen on a boat as Ann says, ‘Is nothing sacred to you?’ 

Ann is seen shielding her face from an oncoming car collision, as Henry is being lead through the Los Angeles County Jail.  

The trailer winds down with a number of dramatic shots including Driver yelling to a crowd, ‘What’s your problem?’

The final shot finds a distraught Henry telling presumably Annette that, ‘Everything will be all right.’ 

One to watch: Annette is Carax's English language debut and his first film since 2012's Holy Motors. It features music from the band Sparks (Pictured: Marion Cotillard in a film still)

One to watch: Annette is Carax’s English language debut and his first film since 2012’s Holy Motors. It features music from the band Sparks (Pictured: Marion Cotillard in a film still)

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