mercoledì 11 aprile 2012

Robert Pattinson per "Bel Ami" sul Corriere Adriatico

Pattinson, from a poor man to a milionaire seducer.

Waiting for the final installement of the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn part 2, that will be released next november , Robert Pattinson seems to show to us that he doesn’t want to be always that pale vampire who has made him a worldwide star. From 13th of April, he will be on theatre with Bel Ami by Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod, a story with a young, penniless and ambitious seducer of the Guy de Maupassant novel. Besides, apparently, he should be at Festival of Cannes with Cosmopolis by David Cronenberg, from Don DeLillo novel, where a cynic multimillionare faces a long day of fears, desires and unexpected adventures. Bel Ami, (the producer, Umberto Pasolini, and the director of photografy, Stefano Falivene are italians), is a coproduction of 9 milions of euro and it is directed by Donnellan and Ormerod, who have a big experience on theatres, and they make their’s debut on the big screen; it has been released first at Berlin Festival. It is the story about Georges Duroy, a handsome soldier, annoyed and penniless, that at the end of ‘800 is able to gain money and enter the high society; he exploits and is being exploited by the women of the high society (it don’t lack of some hot scenes). There is the brilliant and calculating Madeleine (Uma Thurman), his old fellow Charles Forestier (Philip Glenister) wife, become a politics reporter of a daily newspaper that helps him to become a journalist; the sensitive Clotilde (Christina Ricci), wife and mother, that doesn’t tolerate her marriage of convenience anymore; the repressed Virginie (Kristin Scott-Thomas), the newspaper director’s wife where he works, and her daughter Suzanne (Holliday Granger), in search of transgression. “Being Georges has been very funny because he is unmanageable”, Pattinson said in the interviews.

Translation by Spazzolina

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