Natalie Portman She is a feminist and women’s rights activist, and over the years she has supported various movements such as Me too, time is up And Women’s March. However, the actress does not believe in the existence of such a thing “female gaze” As he revealed in an interview with Vanity Fair France.
In her statement, she took sides Against the idea of one “Usually feminine appearance”, In cinema, but also in art in general, this refers to the unique perspective that a woman can bring to a story, which is considered fundamentally different from a man’s perspective based on gender and life experiences. According to Natalie Portman, this theory would not take into account a woman’s personality.
“Saying that the director has a certain look It diminishes a woman’s personality and their many viewpoints.”he announced. “Female directors should have the same opportunities as their male counterparts. But the experience of working with a director has nothing to do with the person, and has nothing to do with his gender.”
The letter mainly referred to his next project: May DecemberDirected by Todd Haynes. In the film, which she also co-produced, Portman plays Elizabeth Berry, a famous actress who prepares for a role and travels to Maine to meet and get acquainted. Gracie (Julian Moore), the woman who will have to play it. Over the course of the visit, Elizabeth develops a complicated relationship with Gracie herself and her husband, Joe. Julianne Moore’s character is loosely based on the real case of Mary Kay LetourneauShe was convicted of raping a 12-year-old student, with whom she also bore two children.
A controversial story that Todd Haynes, according to Natalie Portman, was able to approach with the right approach: “Todd has a deep understanding of human nature. His female characters are complex and multifaceted.”
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