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The 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival: Zubin Cooper Rocks Traditional Liberian Shirt As 'The Last Face' Cast Hits the Red Carpet

Zubin Cooper rocks traditional Liberian shirt at Cannes Film Festival
The Last Face centers on two NGO doctors, played by Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem, who initially fall in love while assisting refugees in Western Africa in 2004. Ten years later, Bardem’s character finds Theron’s character to try to rekindle their lost love.
The film then deploys a series of flashbacks to explain why they ended their original affair in the first place. Bardem and Theron have almost zero chemistry together, and it’s difficult to feel sympathy for the couple when their modern-day life on a beautiful South African estate is intercut with the horrors they experienced in the field. Zubin Cooper plays Moussa in The Last Face.  Zubin Cooper is known for his work on The Last Face (2016) and Independent Lens (1999). 

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