Eva Green on avoiding the plastic party scene, her love of London and surrealist photography

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Eva Green on avoiding the plastic party scene, her love of London and surrealist photography
6th November 2014

Actress Eva Green explains her long love of London, getting away from her French heritage and why she avoids the "plastic smiles' on the London party scene."

She also talks about her love of surrealist photography, the desire she has to work behind the camera and the 'mad, beautiful' work she admires. 

The former Bond girl was in London for the launch of the 2015 Campari calendar.

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