Natalie surprises everyone on her latest film debut A First Lady in Jackie on the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) directed by Pablo Larraín. The angle of the production is based on days after Kennedy’s death. In a clip that was posted by eOneANZ we can observe the acting of Portman and how she shows another image of the famous Jackie.
As said by Larraín to Vanity Fair “We really haven’t, or at least I haven’t, seen a portrait of the most famous First Lady (before Hillary Clinton, anyway) like this one.”
The last time Natalie Portman gave the audience a dark and mysterious roll like Jackie O, was in 2010 with Black Swan where she portrayed a ballerina dancer with manic and depressive disorders. Portman didn’t just adapted to the character she went beyond expectations. She steps into Jackie’s head, a role based on darkness and sadness.
Vanity Fair adds:
“If people are expecting a sweeping biopic, they may be disappointed by this film, a chamber piece with no grandstanding or rousing speechifying. Jackie Kennedy held her family, her household, and, perhaps, her country together during a quaking time with her famous elegance and poise.”
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