INTERESTS FOR THE FILM
* THE FIRST FILM OF SYDNEY POLLACK (BEST YEARS OF YEARS, TOUTS) AFTER 6 YEARS.
* THE FIRST TIME WHO ARE GIVEN WITH OSCAR? NICOLE KIDMAN AND SEAN PENN FOUND THE BIG SCREEN.
* THE FIRST CASE IN THE HISTORY THAT WATTS IN THE BUILDING OF THE UNION WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE ANEN KOFI.
* IN THE GREEK BOX OFFICE THE TAPE WAS LAST 215,000 TICKETS.
Political perversion and intrusion behind the dark walls of the United Nations building are targeted by Sydney Pollack’s “The Interpreter” movie. Centrally designed to kill an African dictator, Pollack unleashes an incredible bunch of suspicious transactions, mistrust, and questioning. Inside all of this, the search for the truth seems impossible for young Silvia Broome (Nicole Kidman), who unwittingly listens to the murder talk and complains to the authorities. The FBI will be entrusted with the protection of
agent Tobin Keller (Sean Penn), who is also called to frustrate
the murder plans. Will it succeed? And how true is what the interpreter invokes? Does he have reasons not to tell the truth?
Continuous twists and continual question marks are the salt of the inventive scenario. Kidman and Penn steal the show. Among them there is an almost erotic attraction of completely different people. Amazing actors both show it with their eyes, their expressions, their silence behind the words. And if all of this seems stereotyped, then you may find that the movie gets deeper meaning when it focuses on what’s lost in translation. Just watch it with more research eye!
Born in 1960 in California, USA by parents in the field, Sean has had a lot of strength to become an actor. At the age of 19 he made his first professional debut on an episode of the Barnaby Jones series on television, while his first film role was in the Taps movie. At the time of filming “At Close Range,” we fell in love with a stormy romance and married Madonna Louise Ciccone, whose song “Live To Tell” was featured on the movie’s soundtrack.
The marriage of the couple did not go well. Cinematically, however, she gave the “Surprise of Shanghai” a film that went well in the box office world. Then came his separation and the film “Colors”, which failed collectively due to the unwillingness of many cinemas to host it. It also appeared in the films “Judgment in Berlin,” “Meserve Casualties,” in the wonderful comedy “We Are No Angels” and in the tough “State Of Grace” where he knows his wife, Robin Wright.
He continued directing with the film “The Indian Runner”. Playing in “Dead Man Walking” rocked the audience and won various international awards but not the Oscar. With John Cassavetes’ “She’s so lovely”, she won the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival. He eventually wins the Academy Award with Mystic River in 2003, incarnating the father who is looking to find his daughter’s killer to take revenge. With his role in the film “The Interpreter” he once again highlights his unique class and his inexhaustible talent.
He was born on June 20, 1967 in Honolulu, Hawaii, in the United States, by Australian parents, but retains American and Australian citizenship. When she was three, the family returned to Australia. Kidman from child was very charismatic and with intense artistic activity. She began her ballet lessons in just three years and acting at her ten. Her first public appearance was at the age of six at a Christmas school show at the kindergarten where she had a lamb. At the age of fourteen, things began to change when she received an encouraging note of congratulations encouraging her to appear in a talent contest, a proposal she finally refused because she co-wrote her school exams.
As Kidman continued her education at the Australian Theater for Young People in Sydney and at the St Martins Youth Theater in Melbourne, the roles were constantly coming. After “Wills and Burke” in 1985, the next big success came with the mini series “Vietnam” in 1986, written by Terry Hayes. Hayes excited began an adaptation of the “Dead Calm” film that proved to be a success for Kidman after being awarded the Australian Film Institute Award.
While in Japan for a festival, she received a phone call from Tom Cruise’s people who were interested in giving her a role in “Days of Thunder” in 1990. The shooting of that film was better known, and eventually Mrs. Cruise was officially on December 24, 1990. She was particularly anxious to gain recognition with her sword and not because of her husband.
“Eyes Wide Shut” (1999) was a very difficult role for Kidman since Kubrick was a terrific perfectionist. The shooting of the film was far from publicity, while the scenes were filming dozens of times to be attributed to the director’s wishes. In 2001 she was nominated for an Oscar for a female role for the film “Moulin Rouge”. This movie made her a great star and climbed to its heights by more than seven million dollars.
The Oscars A woman came to Nicole with “The Hours” in 2002 that co-starred with Meryl Streep and Julianne Moore. For this film she had to learn to write with her left hand and put on her makeup special prosthetic to raise her nose to look like the writer Virginia Woolf.
Tom Cruise had adopted two children. Alone alone has been devoted to combating violence against young children around the world. Sure it is one of the Hollywood stars!