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It was Barry Norman who first coined the verb "to rample" (def: "an ability to reduce a man to helplessness though a chilly sensuality"). Now, here's your chance to have your own words virtually rampled: Charlotte Rampling is in town this week to promote I, Anna, a new noir thriller told from the point of view of Rampling's femme fatale, who falls for the detective (Gabriel Byrne) in charge of a murder case. The film – the directorial debut of Rampling's son, Barnaby Southcombe – boasts a sterling cast including Eddie Marsan, Honor Blackman and Hayley Atwell. The film opens in the UK on 7 December and you can watch a trailer for it here.

Perhaps you'd like to quiz Rampling on her immaculate back catalogue, from her two early movies with Dirk Bogarde (Visconti's The Damned, »

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