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Rachel Brosnahan looks casually chic in a blue tee

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

It had a packed first week at the Venice Film Festival.

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

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

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

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

She completed her look with dark tones and carried a stylish red leather bag over her shoulder as she boarded a water taxi.

The beauty had her auburn locks pulled back into a sleek bun and opted for subtle makeup to show off her naturally pretty features.

Rachel joined her handsome husband Jason Ralph on the boat and waved amicably as they headed along the canals.

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

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

It comes after Rachel earlier this week filled out the PDA with her husband Jason when he came to the red at the premiere of his new movie Dollar For Dead.

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

The dress’s thigh-high slit gave a glimpse of her toned legs as she elevated her height in a pair of gold heels.

The action film follows a notorious bounty hunter, played by Oscar winner Christoph Waltz, who meets his sworn enemy (Willem Dafoe), a professional gambler and outlaw he had sent to prison years earlier.

The Look: She completed her look with dark tones and carried a sleek red leather bag over her shoulder as she boarded a water taxi.

The Look: She completed her look with dark tones and carried a sleek red leather bag 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 official synopsis for the film reads, “When it appears a young woman has run off with an army deserter, a gun-for-hire, Max, is hired to hunt them down and bring her home.”

“Discovering she’s on the run from an abusive husband, Max is faced with the decision to finish the job or look the other way as ruthless killers and his longtime rival, Joe, close in.”

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

Resplendent: The beauty had her brunette locks pulled back into a sleek top knot and opted for subtle makeup to show off her naturally pretty features

Resplendent: The beauty had her brunette locks pulled back into a sleek top knot and opted for subtle makeup to show off her naturally pretty features

Kiss: It comes after earlier this week Rachel filled out the PDA with her husband Jason when he came to the red at the premiere of his new movie Dollar For Dead.

Kiss: It comes after earlier this week Rachel filled out the PDA with her husband Jason when he came to the red at the premiere of his new movie Dollar For Dead.

Brendan Fraser’s heartwarming drama The Whale, in which he plays an obese professor, will also compete alongside films starring Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman and Colin Farrell.

Regarding the poster for the director of the event, Alberto Barbera said: ‘The program is more varied than usual, placing established filmmakers alongside directors in search of confirmation and, above all, new talents aspiring to international recognition.’

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

Big screen: The action film follows a notorious bounty hunter, played by Oscar winner Christoph Waltz (right) who meets his sworn enemy (Willem Dafoe), pictured with Rachel (center) and Warren Burke (left)

Big screen: The action film follows a notorious bounty hunter, played by Oscar winner Christoph Waltz (right) who meets his sworn enemy (Willem Dafoe), pictured with Rachel (center) and Warren Burke (left)

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