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Rachel Brosnahan looks casually chic in a blue T-shirt

Sophisticated: Rachel Brosnahan looked casually chic as she walked out of the Venice Film Festival on Thursday as she left the Excelsior Hotel where she is staying

Rachel Brosnahan looks casual chic in a blue T-shirt and high waisted jeans as she steps out during the Venice Film Festival

She had a busy first week at the Venice Film Festival.

And Rachel Brosnahan looked casually chic as she stepped out at the event in Italy on Thursday as she left the Excelsior Hotel where she is staying.

The actress, 32, showed off her laid-back sense of style in a blue T-shirt and high-waisted light blue jeans.

Sophisticated: Rachel Brosnahan looked casually chic as she walked out of the Venice Film Festival on Thursday as she left the Excelsior Hotel where she is staying

Sophisticated: Rachel Brosnahan looked casually chic as she walked out of the Venice Film Festival on Thursday as she left the Excelsior Hotel where she is staying

She completed her look with dark shades and carried a chic red leather handbag over her shoulder as she boarded a water taxi.

The beauty had her brunette locks swept up in a sleek top knot and opted for subtle makeup to show off her lovely features naturally.

Rachel was joined by her handsome husband Jason Ralph on the boat and gave a friendly wave as they set off along the waterways.

Stepping out: The actress, 32, showed off her laid-back sense of style in a blue T-shirt and high-waisted light blue jeans

Stepping out: The actress, 32, showed off her laid-back sense of style in a blue T-shirt and high-waisted light blue jeans

It comes after earlier this week Rachel packed on the PDA with husband Jason as she touched red at the premiere of her new movie Dollar For Dead.

The star actress looked amazing in a figure-hugging peach dress adorned with an array of ruby ​​beads.

The thigh-high slit in the dress showed off her toned legs as she elevated her waist with a pair of gold heels.

The action movie follows a famous bounty hunter, played by Oscar-winning actor Christoph Waltz, who meets his nemesis (Willem Dafoe), a professional gambler and outlaw he sent to prison years before. .

The look: She completed her look with dark shades and carried a chic red leather handbag over her shoulder as she boarded a water taxi

The look: She completed her look with dark shades and carried a chic red leather handbag over her shoulder as she boarded a water taxi

Dead For A Dollar is directed by Walter Hill and also stars Benjamin Bratt, Hamish Linklater and Warren Burke.

The film’s official synopsis reads, “When it seems a young woman has run away with an army deserter, a mercenary, Max, is hired to chase them down and bring her home.”

“Upon discovering that she has fled an abusive husband, Max is faced with the choice of finishing the job or looking the other way as ruthless assassins and his longtime rival, Joe, close in.”

The Venice Film Festival is the oldest in the world and was founded in 1932, celebrating cinema from around the world.

Glowing: The beauty had her brunette locks swept up in a sleek top knot and opted for subtle makeup to show off her lovely features naturally

Glowing: The beauty had her brunette locks swept up in a sleek top knot and opted for subtle makeup to show off her lovely features naturally

Kiss: This comes after earlier this week Rachel packed on the PDA with husband Jason as she touched red at the premiere of her new movie Dollar For Dead

Kiss: This comes after earlier this week Rachel packed on the PDA with husband Jason as she touched red at the premiere of her new movie Dollar For Dead

Brendan Fraser’s moving drama The Whale, where he plays an obese teacher, will also compete alongside films starring Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman and Colin Farrell.

Speaking about the event’s programming director, Alberto Barbera said: “The program is more varied than usual, placing established filmmakers alongside directors in search of confirmation and, above all, newcomers talent aspiring to international recognition”.

“But what still prevails is the feeling that ‘cinema always wants to try to explore ways of thinking, big themes and big questions, the deep relationships that bind people together, the power of feelings and memory and the ability to push one’s gaze”. beyond the horizon of the present.”

Big screen: The action film follows a notorious bounty hunter, played by Oscar-winning actor Christoph Waltz (right) who encounters his nemesis (Willem Dafoe) - pictured with Rachel (centre) and Warren Burke (left )

Big screen: The action film follows a notorious bounty hunter, played by Oscar-winning actor Christoph Waltz (right) who encounters his nemesis (Willem Dafoe) – pictured with Rachel (centre) and Warren Burke (left )

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