I recently learned the reason for the makeover of Scarlett Johansson in Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003). Showing forehead, eyebrows covered up, putting half in front … and alternating along the work. I told the director, Peter Webber, a director of Hannibal, the origin of evil (2007), the prequel to the famous saga of Hannibal Lecter-and Two Feet Under (Six Feet Under), among many other things. The front of Scarlett was not a problem of art or clothing but hamburgers. McDonalds to be more specific.
Asnicar food source of the actress in Sofia Coppola Japanese stay in the filming of Lost in Translation. He arrived in his next film, Webber, like a map of grains, despite the 100% beef that strives to promote the U.S. multinational, and of course … AA cover them with the cap until it disappeared Dutchman!, Because neither the densest could make them. But anyone who has seen the peliicula, I hope that is fixed on something more than the front of Scarlett and able to enjoy the fantastic subjective world between artist and model, created by the director.
All a master of subtext, with two actors who have managed to embody it. On many occasions, some of my students when I defend the virtues of subtext, are quick to wonder if this or that movie, what happens beyond the words of a particular scene had specified or not the writer. But how would I know if I have not read the script? In this case, I have the certainty conveyed by an original source.