Friday, February 3, 2017

The Clash Culture : Natalie Portman deserves an Oscar for Jackie – The Figaro

CLASH CULTURE FIGARO-OBS – Hagiography slow and poor or brilliant analysis of the political communication? Jean-Christophe Buisson’s le Figaro Magazine, and Gregory Leménager of Obs struggle of the film by Pablo Larrain, in cinemas from 1 February .

For Pablo Larrain, “Jackie was a woman who was very mysterious, one of the women the most unknown among the well-known personalities in the world…” A mystery that many filmmakers or documentary makers have tried to unravel before the filmmaker in chile. The latter manages it better than its predecessors? For Gregory Leménager, Obs, certainly. And the lead performer of the film, Natalie Portman, is no stranger to the success of the film.

” To read: Natalie Portman is breathtaking in Jackie

It is “extraordinary”, says the journalist, who especially welcomes the subtlety with the actress composes a character who was in turn unsympathetic or deeply moving. For Jean-Christophe Buisson, on the contrary, Pablo Larrain and Natalie Portman “remain at the door of a great movie on Jackie Kennedy”. The fault to be an actress too and a scenario that quickly turns to hagiography, without addressing the more interesting aspects of the life of the former first lady of the United States. Gregory Leménager greet, on the contrary, the finesse with which the film listens through it the birth of political communication. A theme of the amazing news!


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