Natalie Portman soars as troubled pop star ‘Celeste’ in Vox Lux.
OK, dear readers. I’m on my balcony drinking wine again, so naturally it’s time for more of that personal word vomit. So, this feels like an age ago now. Before I was influenced by Aronofsky, Polanski, Tarkovsky, and other directors whose surnames end in ‘ski’, I was teenager obsessed with V for Vendetta.
Contemporary director Terrence Malick (Tree of Life, Knight of Cups) is back with Song to Song, a romantic drama set to open South by Southwest this year.
Natalie Portman makes a triumphant return in Jackie; a beautifully crafted unconventional biopic that harks back to a day when politicians still had a certain poise and level of intelligence.
A window into the grieving subconsious of first lady Jackie Kennedy, based around an interview with LIFE magazine a week after her husband’s assasination and how she brought an entire country back up to speed. This is going to be an epic performance, and who better to tackle such a role than Oscar winning Portman.