Netflix is expanding its international catalog with the release of a captivating French mini-series called “Gone for Good”. The series revolves around a man named Guillaume Lucchesi facing the tragic loss of his loved ones and trying to lead a normal life. Ten years later, he has the chance to live his life to the fullest and feels that there is a silver lining for him thanks to his girlfriend, Judith.
However, everything falls apart when Judith suddenly disappears during Lucchesi’s mother’s funeral. Lucchesi would have to go to great lengths to find her, and in doing so, will learn some things that have been kept a secret from her family and friends.
The upcoming show appears to be another worthy addition to the streaming platform’s international catalog and would seek to achieve the same level of success as shows like “Who Killed Sara?” “,” Elite “and” Dark “have reached lately.
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The first trailer for the series was pretty impressive, and the cast seem pretty determined to take viewers on a journey filled with mystery. So let’s take a look at the cast of the next French show.
Finnegan Oldfield as Guillaume Lucchesi
Born January 10, 1991, Finnegan Oldfield has been part of the French entertainment industry since 2003 and has appeared in several critically acclaimed projects. He made his acting debut by appearing in the TV movie ‘Atlantic Island’ and had a recurring role in the hit French series ‘La Commune‘. After making numerous appearances at many companies, Oldfield finally got the chance to be a part of the main cast of a movie called “The Cowboys”.
The film turned out to be a huge success for him and earned him his prestigious César nomination.
2016 was a pivotal year for Oldfield as it produced consecutive blockbuster films and made a name for itself in France and other international territories. With films like ‘Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story) and’ Nocturama ‘, he evolved as an actor and gained greater prominence.
Meanwhile, 2017 consolidated its place in the French industry after an extraordinary performance in the film ‘Marvin’. His performance as a gay actor who struggles to put on a theatrical performance about his childhood won many hearts and earned him a nomination in the Most Promising Actor category at the Cesar Awards.
Nailia Harzoune as Judith
Born and raised in the region of Bagnères-de-Bigorre in France, Harzoune has always felt drawn to the performing arts. She left her native region, where she grew up, to go to Paris, and took dance and theater lessons. In 2008, she made her acting debut with the French television series titled “Les petits meurtres d’Agatha Christie”. At the same time, in 2009, she landed her first film role in “Divorces” by Valérie Guignabodet.
Since then she has worked in films and TV shows like ‘Geronimo’, ‘Made in France’, ‘Chouf’, ‘Myriam’s Choice’, ‘Nine Days in Winter’ and ‘Le Grand Bazar’.
Garance Marillier as Sonia
Born on February 11, 1998, Marillier began her acting career at the age of 13 playing Julia in the short film ‘Junior’. The following year, Garance appeared in the short film “This is not a cowboy movie” in 2012 which was selected to be screened at the Cannes Film Festival. She continued to star in short films every year until she landed the lead role of Justine in the movie “Raw”. It was Marillier’s first major role in a feature film and garnered much praise for his acting.
She was recently seen in the film ‘Titanium’ which premiered at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
Nicolas Duvauchelle as Fred
Duvauchelle is one of the big names in the French entertainment industry and has given several award-worthy performances. His career started in 1999 with films like ‘Beau Travail’ and ‘Trouble Every Day’. He got his first major role in 2003 when he was cast as Paul in the movie ‘Les Corps Impatients’. The actor received numerous accolades for his acting and was nominated for the Most Promising Actor category at the Cesar Awards.
At the same time, in 2011, his performance in ‘Polisse’ made him one of the biggest stars in the French industry and received the nominations for best supporting role at the César.
“A Decent Man”, “The Endless River”, “Orpheline” and “Let the Sunshine In” are some of the projects he has worked on.
Excited about “Gone for Good”? Watch the exciting French thriller series only on Netflix on Friday August 13th.