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I read about it in the press. Do you agree with that? Do we love the red carpet? I love our filmmakers being on those red carpets.
That is beside the point. That is true of every festival. Last year we were jointly celebrating the art of cinema at Cannes. The divergence is this decision to define art by the business model.
In that way, yes, we have diverged. Will you or other Netflix employees be attending Cannes? But we will have people there who are in the business of acquiring films, because many films will be there without distribution. Netflix acquires movies from film festivals all the time. Ultimately, this rule seems to be about preventing a movie from entering Cannes as a Netflix release. It was a puzzle to me. Have you had conversations with your filmmakers about Cannes? That was a change in dynamics.
Do you think Cannes might change its mind in the future? I do have faith that Thierry shares my love for cinema and would be a champion of changing that when he realizes how punitive this rule is to filmmakers and film lovers.
What is your message for the international film community? We hope that they do change the rules.
However, the pilot was rejected. Watts recalled thinking at the time, "just my dumb luck, that I'm in the only David Lynch programme that never sees the light of day. The film, which also starred Laura Harring and Justin Therouxwas highly acclaimed by critics and would become Watts' breakthrough.
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She was praised by critics, including Peter Bradshaw from The Guardianwho said, "Watts's face metamorphoses miraculously from fresh-faced beauty to a frenzied, teary scowl of ugliness. Naomi Watts, in a brilliant performance, a young, wide-eyed and grotesquely cheerful blonde, full of high hopes to make it big in Hollywood.
She strikes a perfect balance between scepticism and the slow realisation of the truth in regard to the deadly power of the videotape. I'm here to work out my shit, what my problems are and know who I am, so by cracking open these characters perhaps that shines a light on it a little bit better I mean, of course I know myself better but the journey and search continue because hopefully we're evolving and growing all the time. Roxeanne and her sister Isabel played by Kate Hudson dispute the ownership of a painting by Georges de La Tour with the family of Charles-Henri's lover.
Entertainment Weekly gave the film a "C" rating and lamented Watts' performance: She has said of the nomination, "It's far beyond what I ever dreamed for — that would have been too far fetched".
Watts reinvents herself with each performance, it's easy to forget how brilliant she is. She has a boldness that comes from a lack of overemphasis, something actresses sometimes do to keep up with Mr. Russell 's ensemble comedy I Heart Huckabees. Film critic Roger Ebert praised Watts' performance: Watts was the first choice for the role, portrayed by Fay Wray in the original film, with no other actors considered.
Watts played Kitty Garstin, the daughter of a lawyer, who marries Walter Fane Norton for his reputation as a physician and bacteriologist.
The film centres on the relationship of the couple at the time they move to China, where Fane is stationed to study infectious diseases. Though it's a bit of a one-note role, it's a note she's long specialised in, a kind of flustered moral aggrievement". Watts also served as a producer,  as this charge was for her "one way to spice up the deal and be involved in all the creative decisions".
Biopics and arthouse films[ edit ] After a short hiatus from acting following the birth of her two children, Watts returned to acting instarring alongside Clive Owen in the political thriller The International. She played a Manhattan assistant district attorney who partners with an Interpol agent to take down a merchant bank.
Edgaralongside Leonardo DiCaprio in the title character. Watts played Edgar's secretary Helen Gandy. Critical response towards the movie and Watts' performance was unanimously positive. The movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival as Two Mothers,  and later opened in selected cinemas. It received a mixed feedback from critics, who concluded that Watts and co-star Wright "give it their all, but they can't quite make Adore's trashy, absurd plot believable".
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Her next release was Movie 43an independent anthology black comedy film that featured 14 different storylines, with each segment having a different director. The portmanteau film was universally panned by critics, with Richard Roeper calling it "the Citizen Kane of awful". The movie premiered at the 12th Tribeca Film Festival and was given a limited US theatrical run in November The picture, released amid much controversy given its subject, was a box office bomb and received largely poor reviews from audiences and critics.
Vincentas a Russian prostitute. She learnt the accent by spending time with Russian women in a West Village spa during a six-week period.
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In the comedy-drama While We're YoungWatts co-starred with Ben Stiller as a New York -based married couple who begin hanging out with a couple in their 20s. Film and television balance[ edit ] Watts at the Cannes Film Festival Watts played rebel leader Evelyn Johnson-Eaton in Insurgentthe second film in The Divergent Serieswhich is based on Veronica Roth 's best-selling young adult novel of the same name. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival where it competed for the Palme d'Orbut was heavily panned by both critics and audiences, who reportedly booed and laughed during its screening.
The film had a limited run in theaters and received an overall mixed reception. The film was pulled from the schedule days before its intended September release,  but subsequently premiered on selected theaters in May The film had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival and a limited release the following year,  receiving unanimous critical acclaim.
It was broadcast on Showtime in She also served as an executive producer on the series, in which she played "a therapist who begins to develop dangerous and intimate relationships with the people in her patients' lives".