Variety announces the participation of Michelle Williams in the adaptation of "French Suite" posthumous work of Irene Nemirovsky and Renaudot Prize 2004.

The old "Dawson's Creek" and was nominated for an Oscar in 2012 for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in "My Week With Marilyn" lend his features to Lucile Angellier a French amateur pianist living at the time of the Occupation. While her husband is away at war, the village falls in love with a young Nazi commander.

Michelle Williams will be directed by Saul Dibb ("The Duchess"), British director who has also taken over the entire film adaptation of "French Suite", which begins shooting in London in spring 2013.

This work was published in 2004 and awarded the Prix Renaudot the same year is actually a series of stories written during World War II by Irene Nemirovsky, a Russian writer of Ukrainian origin disappeared in Auschwitz in 1942 at the age of 39.

The author of books held between 1940 and 1942 in which she described the French life before and during the Occupation. His writings have been kept by his daughters and have been played in 1998. If Irene Nemirovsky was unable to write two novels before his deportation, "Storm in June" and "Dolce", she had thought she had already five headline.

Meanwhile the filming of "French Suite" Michelle Williams will be on display in March of the new Disney production entitled "The Fantastic World of Oz" alongside James Franco, Mila Kunis and Rachel Weisz.