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Laia Costa

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Spanish actress; star of Victoria

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Director Sebastian Schipper's new film,  Victoria , starts simply enough. Victoria, a young Spanish woman played by Laia Costa, meets a group of guys carousing in a Berlin nightclub.

'Victoria'

Director Sebastian Schipper's new film,  Victoria , starts simply enough. Victoria, a young Spanish woman played by Laia Costa, meets a group of guys carousing in a Berlin nightclub.

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