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ALICE BRAGA plays Isabelle, the lone woman of the chosen group, whose knowledge and sniper skills were gained in the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces).

This Brazilian born actress has been receiving critical acclaim and international recognition ever since her stirring performance in "City of God” helped catapult the film to multiple Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. Appearing in nearly a dozen films in just five years, Braga, already fixture of Brazilian cinema, has captured Hollywood's attention with a host of promising projects on the horizon. Braga recently starred in "Repo Men” opposite Jude Law and Forest Whitaker. In 2008, Braga starred opposite Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tim Allen, and Emily Mortimer in David Mamet's "Redbelt” for Sony Pictures Classics. She joined an ensemble cast including Sean Penn and Harrison Ford in Wayne Kramer's "Crossing Over,” which focused on the lives of immigrants in Los Angeles and their efforts to achieve US citizenship. She also re-teamed with her "City of God” director Fernando Meirelles, costarring in "Blindness,” a film based on a novel by Nobel Prize winner Jose Saramago. The film tells the story of a doctor's wife who becomes the only person with the ability to see after an entire town is struck with a mysterious case of sudden blindness.

Braga starred opposite Will Smith in the record-breaking box office hit "I Am Legend.” Based on the novel by Richard Matheson, the Warner Bros. release is directed by Francis Lawrence with a screenplay adapted by Akiva Goldsman and Mark Protosevich.

Her additional credits include a role as a carefree art student opposite Diego Luna, in "Sólo Dios Sabe” ("God Only Knows”) which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival; "A Journey to the End of the Night,” an independent film set against the backdrop of the Brazilian sex trade industry with Mos Def and Brendan Fraser; the riveting drama about the dangers of a love triangle, "Cidade Baixa” ("Lower City”); and the offbeat comedy "Cheiro do Ralo, O” ("Drained.”)

Braga is fluent in Portuguese, Spanish, and English.


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