Our gallery was updated with some brand new Miss Sloane promotional stils. John Madden directs from a screenplay by Jonny Perera. Mark Strong, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Michael Stulbarg, Alison Pill, Jake Lacy, Sam Waterston and John Lithgow also star. Ben Browning, Kris Thykier and Ariel Zeitoun are the producers.
Miss Sloane hits theaters on December 9.
“Miss Julie” is a independent drama film written and directed by Liv Ullmann, based on the play of the same title by August Strindberg and starring Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell and Samantha Morton. Set in Ireland in this adaptation, it had its world premiere in the Special Presentations section of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was released on DVD last year and can also be found on Amazon Video and iTunes.
I finally got my copy and HD screencaptures can now be found in our gallery, as well some clips in our video archive. With the movie being 2 hours long and only three actors on screen, there’s a lot of screentime for Jessica so I made only a few pivotal scene clips. Enjoy it!
The US trailer for Liv Ullmann’s Miss Julie was released, just in time for its limited release – it will open on US next December 5th. Watch the trailer in our archive, also screencaptures are up in the gallery.
Last night, Miss Julie gets its premiere at the Chicago International Film Festival. Jessica wasn’t there, but Colin Farrell and Liv Ullmann attended it. This week it was also reported that Miss Julie has secured Canadian distribution via Pacific Northwest Pictures. Wrekin Hill Entertainment earlier acquired all U.S. rights to Ullmann’s film.
“We are so thrilled to bring this incredible film with across the board great performances to Canada and also so pleased to be working with Wild Bunch again on another high quality film,” Pacific Northwest Pictures vp Emily Alden said in a statement.
Collider – Over the last few years Jessica Chastain has demonstrated again and again that she’s one of the best actors working in Hollywood. Whether it be hunting down Osama bin Laden in Zero Dark Thirty, playing the wife of a man plagued by apocalyptic visions in Take Shelter, or putting on fifteen pounds to play the outcast Celia Foote in The Help, Chastain is always fearless and believable on screen. In her latest movie, Miss Julie, a film adaptation of August Strindberg’s famous 19th Century play being directed by Liv Ullmann, Chastain plays an aristocratic woman who strikes up a relationship with her father’s valet (Colin Farrell). The film explores issues of power through the lenses of social class, gender, and family. Unlike most modern movies, Miss Julie is deliberately paced and takes its time exploring the characters through long scenes filled with dialogue and emotion. Those who choose to pay attention will be dazzled by the performances and absolutely transported back in time.
Shortly after the premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, I landed an exclusive video interview with Jessica Chastain. She talked about what the last few years have been like and how shooting Miss Julie in chronological order helped her as an actress along with what she learned from director Liv Ullman. We also discussed the advice Al Pacino gave her on her first film, Salomé, the importance of stepping outside of your comfort zone as an actor, her reaction after watching Guillermo del Toro‘s Crimson Peak, and a lot more.