Planetarium (2016)

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Re: Planetarium (2016)

Postby crazzeematt » Wed Sep 07, 2016 7:02 pm

Hey I don't know how to post them, but the playlist has two new clips from the film up on their Facebook page, both feature Natalie.
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Re: Planetarium (2016)

Postby Belerofonte » Wed Sep 07, 2016 7:10 pm

I do not see them in the playlist Facebook page... You try to put the link in the post :wink:
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Re: Planetarium (2016)

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Re: Planetarium (2016)

Postby Belerofonte » Wed Sep 07, 2016 7:54 pm

Well... Very lukewarm reviews from The Hollywood Reporter and The Film Stage:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/natalie-portman-lily-rose-depp-926081

Portman, with a huskier voice than usual and specs that only underline her grave and sensuous beauty, manages to convey a sense of who Laura is despite the fact that much of her performance has been chopped up into poses and postures. Zlotowski clearly loves filming the actress — perhaps a bit too much; she never gets under her skin the way Darren Aronofsky did in Black Swan (or Mike Nichols did, to a lesser extent, in Closer), exposing the cracks of panic and passion beneath the movie-star composure.


Zlotowski's oblique approach to narrative worked nicely in her debut feature Belle Epine, but that film was about an adolescent adrift; its looseness felt lyrical, and fitting for a story of inchoate longings. Planetarium features a lot more plot and forward movement — it calls for greater clarity and tighter control over storylines, neither of which Zlotowski and Campillo deliver.

One wonders what a filmmaker like Sofia Coppola might have done with this material. She, like Zlotowski, is more stylist than storyteller, but at her best she brings purpose, as well as feeling, to her images, using music, precise framing and cutting, and the faces and bodies of her actors to guide us toward their characters’ inner worlds. It’s that kind of focus and firmness that’s so sorely lacking in Planetarium. The real ghost is the film itself.


https://thefilmstage.com/reviews/venice-review-planetarium/

Little is left after a while until, finally, Planetarium doesn’t conclude so much as come to an end, and the lasting impression is one of bitterness — a bitterness at once sweetened and worsened by memories of the genuinely great work it had promised and, at turns, even embodied. Yes, those pleasures are palpable and do have a way of lingering in the memory. Otherwise? Lord, that’s just not good enough.
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Re: Planetarium (2016)

Postby Belerofonte » Wed Sep 07, 2016 8:05 pm

... And a good one from The Guardian:

https://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/sep/07/planetarium-review-natalie-portman-rebecca-zlotowski

Natalie Portman shines in swirling supernatural chiller


Every scene looks exquisite in Rebecca Zlotowski’s magical tale of psychic sisters in 1930s Paris, trying to replicate their act on film as the war creeps in
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Re: Planetarium (2016)

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Re: Planetarium (2016)

Postby Belerofonte » Fri Sep 09, 2016 3:13 pm

Well... videos :)



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Re: Planetarium (2016)

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Re: Planetarium (2016)

Postby Belerofonte » Sun Sep 11, 2016 8:54 pm

Natalie and Lily-Rose for InStyle:

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BKOsu3fBRLu/
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Re: Planetarium (2016)

Postby Belerofonte » Sun Sep 11, 2016 10:10 pm

Another photoshoot, this time for Variety:

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