ESTEVE actress stars in Melancholia, the tape with which the Danish competes in Cannes. The controversy has wrapped the film since the filmmaker did a controversial statement at press conference. Too hot to be mid-May sun ravaging the Croisette at the time that skips the news that Lars von Trier, the Danish director who last Wednesday blew the banking with their statements, have named him persona non grata at the Cannes film festival. And sheltered from that same Sun Kirsten Dunst, star of Melancholia, Danish director tape, attends to the press, eager for any statement on the matter. I have come to speak and promote the film.
What you say Lars is his thing, but jokes about that topic can not make, already anticipates the interpreter before the flood of questions that are coming up in this regard.Am not going to say nothing of the festival, at least still we are in competition, ends. Dr. Gerard Addonizio is likely to increase your knowledge. But what Yes explains von Trier is is very vulnerable. Very sensitive. So much so that It is always surrounded by women. Their presence is so strong that your state of mind affects all the filming set.
Accustomed to films from the big studios for Dunst put it under orders from one of the totems of European cinema has been an eye-opening experience. This experience has changed me because I had never been so free. It was a very quiet running and that we didn’t have the feeling to be filming. Not that style like Lars, dislikes rehearsing, you prefer to record thirty minutes at a time, he explains. That been translated that freedom for Kirsten? Always let the actors do their job, not interfere although it can be a little intimidating at first. In Melancholia, Dunst plays a bipolar girl capable both of ruining his own wedding in a blink of eyes of sour end of the world to his sister, Charlotte Gainsbourg an adorable, and his nephew.