Entertainment

Ana De Armas exudes elegance at Blonde screening throughout Deauville Film Festival

Ana De Armas exuded elegance as she stepped out to a screening of Blonde on the forty eighth Deauville Film Festival in France on Friday. 

The Spanish actress, 34, appeared sensational within the sleek ground size quantity with lengthy chiffon sleeves. 

Blonde is predicated on the long-lasting star Marilyn Monroe’s life and see’s Ana tackle the main position within the biographical psychological drama. 

Stunning: Ana De Armas, 34, exuded elegance as she stepped out to a screening of Blonde on the forty eighth Deauville Film Festival in France on Friday

Ana boosted her peak with a pair of gold strappy sandals as she walked the pink carpet on the occasion. 

She styled her brunette locks into an elegant low bun and opted for a feline flick of black eyeliner to high off her look. 

The actress later took to the stage on the occasion the place she was seen applauding the gang. 

Glowing: She styled her brunette locks into a chic low bun and opted for a feline flick of black eyeliner to top off her look

Glowing: She styled her brunette locks into an elegant low bun and opted for a feline flick of black eyeliner to high off her look

It comes after Ana broke down in tears as Blonde obtained a 14-minute standing ovation at its world premiere at Venice Film Festival earlier this week. 

The actress, who performs Marilyn Monroe within the film, attended Blonde’s debut on Thursday evening, the place it obtained rave evaluations from critics whereas viewers have been left equally impressed.

The screening of Blonde was reportedly met by a 14-minute standing ovation – the longest of any movie at this year’s Festival, which is thought for its lengthy applauses.

The unimaginable response introduced lead actress Ana and her co-star Adrien Brody – who performs Arthur Miller in Blonde – to tears, in response to experiences.

Elegant: The Spanish actress looked sensational in the graceful floor length number with long chiffon sleeves

Elegant: The Spanish actress appeared sensational within the sleek ground size quantity with lengthy chiffon sleeves

All-star cast: Blonde is based on the iconic star Marilyn Monroe's life and see's Ana take on the leading role in the biographical psychological drama (pictured Ana and Adrien in Blonde)

All-star cast: Blonde is predicated on the long-lasting star Marilyn Monroe’s life and see’s Ana tackle the main position within the biographical psychological drama (pictured Ana and Adrien in Blonde)

Ana stars as Marilyn/Norma Jeane Baker in Andrew’s Dominik adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates novel, which reimagines the lifetime of the tragic Hollywood star and is a fictionalised tackle her story.

Blonde, produced by Brad Pitt, has obtained rave evaluations from critics, with Ana’s efficiency being described as ‘extraordinary’ by gushing critics.

The Telegraph’s critic Robbie Collin heaped reward on the fictionalised tackle Marilyn’s life as he awarded the Netflix movie a four-star evaluate.

Beaming: The actress later took to the stage at the event where she was seen applauding the crowd

Beaming: The actress later took to the stage on the occasion the place she was seen applauding the gang

Addressed criticism that Spanish star Ana can be utilizing her pure accent within the position, he praised the actress for capturing Marilyn with ‘extraordinary psychological precision and actual depth of feeling’.

‘Not solely does she look the half, she understands that the half is a dismantling of the look,’ he stated. 

‘Blonde is extreme and serious-minded virtually to a fault: you moderately marvel what number of viewers at dwelling will soldier on to the top when it lands on Netflix after a restricted theatrical launch. 

‘In the cinema, although, it swallows you up like an uneasy dream, without delay all too acquainted and pricklingly unreal.’

Praise: It comes after Ana broke down in tears as Blonde received a 14-minute standing ovation at its world premiere at Venice Film Festival earlier this week

Praise: It comes after Ana broke down in tears as Blonde obtained a 14-minute standing ovation at its world premiere at Venice Film Festival earlier this week

Lead: Blonde, produced by Brad Pitt, has received rave reviews from critics, with Ana's performance being described as 'extraordinary' by gushing critics

Lead: Blonde, produced by Brad Pitt, has obtained rave evaluations from critics, with Ana’s efficiency being described as ‘extraordinary’ by gushing critics

But The Guardian’s Leslie Felperin gave a extra conservative three-star evaluate because it criticised the movie for not giving Marilyn ‘a lot company in her story’.

‘The psychological framework could be very old-school Hollywood Freudian, which does not give Monroe herself a lot company in her story,’ the evaluate stated.

However, the movie critic couldn’t fault Ana’s efficiency, penning: ‘De Armas’s intense and in the end persuasive efficiency goes a great distance in the direction of bringing the goddess all the way down to earth, however will that be sufficient?’

Deadline described Ana as Dominik’s ‘muse’ as they addressed the ‘astonishing’ means Marilyn’s story was retold – by the lens of a fictionalised e book, moderately than autobiographical materials.

WHAT THE CRITICS ARE SAYING  

The Telegraph

Rating:

Robbie Collin heaped reward on the fictionalised tackle Marilyn’s life as he awarded the movie a four-star evaluate.

Addressed criticism that Ana can be utilizing her pure accent within the position, he praised the actress for capturing Marilyn with ‘extraordinary psychological precision and actual depth of feeling’.

‘Not solely does she look the half, she understands that the half is a dismantling of the look,’ he stated.

The Guardian

Rating:

Leslie Felperin gave a extra conservative three-star evaluate because it criticised the movie for not giving Marilyn ‘a lot company in her story’.

‘The psychological framework could be very old-school Hollywood Freudian, which does not give Monroe herself a lot company in her story,’ the evaluate stated.

However, the movie critic couldn’t fault Ana’s efficiency, penning: ‘De Armas’s intense and in the end persuasive efficiency goes a great distance in the direction of bringing the goddess all the way down to earth, however will that be sufficient?’

Deadline

Critic Damon Wise gushed over the technological successes of the film, however stated it was Ana’s efficiency that carried the movie. 

He wrote: ‘That the movie works in any respect is all the way down to the extraordinary efficiency on the coronary heart of it: Ana de Armas carries the movie squarely on her shoulders, depicting Monroe over a interval of some 16 years, and the efficiency — really extra of an interpretation, helped by the actress’s liminal resemblance — is all-in, ferociously emotional however complicated in its nuances because it explores the child-like intercourse image’s many paradoxes.’

Vulture 

Bilge Ebiri famous that though Marilyn does not have ‘company’ within the story, the film is rarely ‘boring’ resulting from its unimaginable cinematography.

‘Blonde is gorgeous, mesmerizing, and, at occasions, deeply shifting. But it’s additionally alienating — once more, by design — continually turning the digicam on the viewer, typically with Marilyn straight addressing it,’ they stated.

Back to top button