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Matilda De Angelis wraps up in a black leather jacket as she films boat scene in Venice

The Undoing’s Matilda De Angelis joins onscreen love interest Liev Schreiber to film boat scene for Across The River And Into The Trees in Venice

She is best known for her role in the critically acclaimed HBO series The Undoing. 

And Matilda De Angelis is in the midst of her next role as she filmed scenes for Across the River and Into The Trees in Venice, Italy on Tuesday.

The Italian actress, 25, joined onscreen love interest Liev Schreiber, 53, to film separated water scenes on a small boat.   

Production: Matilda De Angelis is in the midst of her next role as she filmed scenes for Across the River and Into The Trees in Venice, Italy on Tuesday

Matilda sported a black leather jacket for the scene which she wore over a dark top and a white shirt.

The actress’ brunette locks were styled into loose waves while she added to her outfit with a navy headband. 

The star completed her look for the shoot by sporting a glamorous coat of make-up in neutral shades.

Elsewhere, Liev, who plays Colonel Richard Cantwell, transformed into character and costume as he filmed separate water scenes on a gondola.   

Co-stars: The Italian actress, 25, joined onscreen love interest Liev Schreiber, 53, to film separated water scenes on a small boat

Co-stars: The Italian actress, 25, joined onscreen love interest Liev Schreiber, 53, to film separated water scenes on a small boat

On location: Matilda sported a black leather jacket for the scene which she wore over a dark top and a white shirt

In the film, Matilda plays an 18-year-old Italian contessa called Renata. Liev’s character Colonel Richard Cantwell falls in love with her. 

Set in post WW2 Venice, US Army Col. Cantwell, haunted by the war, is a hero who faces news of his illness with stoic disregard.

Determined to spend a weekend in quiet solitude, he commandeers a military driver to facilitate a visit to some of his old haunts in Venice.

As Cantwell’s plans begin to unravel, a chance encounter with a remarkable young woman begins to rekindle in him the hope of renewal.

Hollywood glamour: The actress' brunette locks were styled into loose waves while she added to her outfit with a navy headband

Hollywood glamour: The actress’ brunette locks were styled into loose waves while she added to her outfit with a navy headband

Transformation: Elsewhere, Liev, who plays Colonel Richard Cantwell, transformed into character and costume as he filmed separate water scenes on a gondola

Transformation: Elsewhere, Liev, who plays Colonel Richard Cantwell, transformed into character and costume as he filmed separate water scenes on a gondola

Roles: In the film, Matilda plays an 18-year-old Italian contessa called Renata. Liev's character Colonel Richard Cantwell falls in love with her

Plot: Set in post WW2 Venice, US Army Col. Cantwell, haunted by the war, is a hero who faces news of his illness with stoic disregard

Roles: In the film, Matilda plays an 18-year-old Italian contessa called Renata. Liev’s character Colonel Richard Cantwell falls in love with her

Based on the last full-length novel by Ernest Hemingway, the movie captures a fleeting moment of immortality where time stands still.

Four years ago The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Pierce Brosnan would play the lead role with his GoldenEye director Martin Campbell at the helm.

However the current director is Spanish filmmaker Paula Ortiz and this September it emerged in Deadline that Liev is playing the colonel.

Glamorous: Matilda's brunette locks were styled into loose waves while she added to her outfit with a navy headband

Glamorous: Matilda’s brunette locks were styled into loose waves while she added to her outfit with a navy headband

Inspiration: Based on the last full-length novel by Ernest Hemingway, the movie captures a fleeting moment of immortality where time stands still

Inspiration: Based on the last full-length novel by Ernest Hemingway, the movie captures a fleeting moment of immortality where time stands still

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