Ellen Feiss - the Mac user who rose to prominence with her unique persona when she appeared in Apple's 'Switch' ad campaign - has resurfaced as the lead actress in a French film.

In one unreleased ad, Feiss talked about an Apple PowerBook: "It's really fast and it's silver... and I don't have to watch airplane movies any more", she said.

She became a 'Switch' campaign mascot by virtue of her laid-back personality.

Now she's landed the lead role (as Laura) in a new Martin Beilby and Loic Moreau movie called Bed and Breakfast.

The movie website says of Feiss: "The 19-year-old star of Apple's 'Switch' campaign in the US and of the resulting internet phenomenon, Ellen, beyond the rebel charm which had already seduced so many fans, has, in Bed and Breakfast, shown a very singular emotion and sensibility, and revealed the full extent of her talent."

The movie captures what happens to a young US couple while on holiday in France. They are trying to track down an old friend who has inherited a French chateau, only to enter a "strange and fantastic world" where nothing is as it seems, the movie website reveals.

Feiss has lost nothing of her unique charm. You can listen to an interview with here about the new project here.