Spencer Movie Review Exclusive: Kristen Stewart's Intense Pe

Star Cast: Kristen Stewart, Timothy Spall, Jack Nielen, Freddie Spry, Stella Gonet, Jack Farthing, Sally Hawkins 

Director: Pablo Larrain

Acclaimed filmmaker Pablo Larrain’s film Spencer releases in India on 19 November 2021. This is his latest biopic after Jackie (2016), starring Natalie Portman as Jacqueline Kennedy. While many other actresses have played Jackie Kennedy / Onassis well, Larrain has been able to extract a unique performance from Natalie Portman. He does the same with Kristen Stewart in Spencer, the biopic of Diana, Princess of Wales. Larrain and writer Steven Knight captivate the viewer with their unusual storytelling of an oft-told cinematic subject. Kristen Stewart has truly come of age as an actress in Spencer. Both fans and detractors of the actress in the Twilight series will agree after watching her in the film. But true fans will know Kristen has the appeal and talent to pull off a variety of roles. Be it her entrancing act in Personal Shopper (2016), which won her the prestigious César Award in France, her take as iconic actress-activist Jean Seberg in the biopic Seberg (2019) or her lighter version in her last film, Clea DuVall’s romcom Happiest Season (2020).Has Kristen Stewart done justice to Lady Diana’s character in yet another depiction of the royal’s tragic story in Spencer? Like we said, she has come of age as an actor and this seems to be the beginning of a great innings as an actor in her second phase. The girl has surely brought in her own intensity and cannot be compared to any other Princess Diana portrayal.

Story And Cinematic Treatment – Cinematography, Music, Editing, CostumesSpencer the biopic does not dwell or delve into the entire (and unfortunately short) lifespan of Princess Diana. The movie revolves around three life-changing days over a Christmas holiday at the royal Sandringham House. A holiday so seeped in norms and customs that it sees the already troubled Princess of Wales reach her breaking point. Spencer shows Diana on the verge of insanity, with her marriage breaking down, her bulimia, her mental agony, her hauntings…until she finally decides to put her royal status behind and take charge of her life. Note that the film is called Spencer, Lady Diana’s maiden name, and it is apt, since the film is about breaking free from the norms of the British royal family she was married into.Read more at:

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