Pablo Larraín On All Things ‘Spencer’ And His Cinematic Fascination With Iconic Women From Jackie To Diana – Behind The Lens

Pablo Larraín On All Things ‘Spencer’ And His Cinematic Fascination With Iconic Women From Jackie To Diana – Behind The Lens

Behind The Lens, Kristen Stewart

12/3/2021 10:48:00 PM

Pablo Larraín On All Things ‘ Spencer ’ And His Cinematic Fascination With Iconic Women From Jackie To Diana – Behind The Lens

Pablo Larraín joins me on the premiere of our new Oscar-season edition of my Deadline video series Behind the Lens as we explore and dissect the ever-growing fascinating film career of this Chilean…

DeadlinePablo Larraín joins me on the premiere of our new Oscar-season edition of my Deadline video series Behind the Lens as we explore and dissect the ever-growing fascinating film career of this Chilean-born international auteur. His latest movie,

Spencer,has been drawing Oscar buzz ever since its debut earlier in the fall at the Venice Film Festival.Among the topics we discuss are the interesting turns in Larraín’s unique filmography, particularly in terms of genre. His first few movies focused on men, usually very strong men, in films like 2006’s

Fugo, Tony Manero, Nerudaand his Oscar-nominatedNo. As he explains to me, somewhere along the way he became just as intrigued by a variety ofwomen, notably very public women that we see in new ways, like his English-language film debutJackie,which earned a Best Actress Academy Award nomination for star Natalie Portman as Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis and now headtopics.com

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Spencer, a self-described fable about a very real tragedy that chronicles a key Christmas season weekend in the life of Princess Diana. Kristen Stewart in the title role for which she has been widely praised.Spenceris a portrait of Diana, real but mostly imagined, that no one has put on screen before, and probably only Larraín would even think of (of course along with screenwriter Steven Knight). But memorable women are also at the center of many other recent films he has either directed or produced (or

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