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Submitted by alycakes 917d ago | interview

Nicole Kidman Talks Stoker and Playing Screen Icon Grace Kelly in Grace Of Monaco

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Stoker marks the latest in a long line of risky independent pictures for the enduringly talented and ageless Nicole Kidman. The Paperboy, Rabbit Hole, Margot at the Wedding, Birth – Kidman isn’t afraid to take a chance on risky material or art-house filmmakers. In Stoker, Kidman co-stars as Evelyn, the neglectful mother to India, a weird and troubled girl. Evelyn doesn’t know what to make of her daughter – her own flesh and blood a stranger even to herself. After her husband suddenly dies, Evelyn finds herself drawn to her husband’s long-thought-lost brother Charlie, unaware that her brother-in-law only has eyes for her daughter. (Cinema, Grace Of Monaco, Nicole Kidman, Stoker)

alycakes  +   917d ago
She is such a good actor and I think she will be great as Grace Kelly....I will probably see that one.

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